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BETTER MADE SNACK FOODS DONATES $20,000 TO KARMANOS CANCER INSTITUTE AS PART OF OCTOBER BREAST CANCER AWARENESS PROGRAM
* Money will go toward research to find a cure for this devastating disease
DETROIT, MI - Better Made Snack Foods recently donated a little over $20,000 to the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute as part of the October Breast Cancer Awareness Program. The funds, presented on December 8th at the Karmanos Cancer Institute, will be used to do further research to find a cure for breast cancer.
"The Better Made Snack Foods Breast Cancer Awareness Program was a huge success this year," says Mike Esseltine, General Manager of Better Made North. "The support we received from the major chains and independent stores throughout Michigan was tremendous. It is a great feeling to see everyone put a big effort into such a worth while cause allowing up to make a substantial donation in the fight against cancer. The spirit and heart of many people throughout this great State showed up in the results of this program."
Founded in 1930 in Detroit as Cross and Peters, Better Made has developed and provided a wide variety of high quality award-winning snack foods, including flavored potato chips, potato sticks, gourmet popcorn, krinkle chips, rainbow chips, crunchy and kettle cooked chips, popcorn, pretzels, beef jerky, tortilla chips, puff stuff, pork rinds, wearable apparel, a limited edition commemorative tin filled with one pound of mouth watering original chips, and more! The family-owned company uses locally grown potatoes and trans fat-free cottonseed oil. For more information, please visit www.bettermadesnackfoods.com
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