ETA Salads believe that no Kiwi should lose their life to breast cancer and are supporting Breast Cancer Foundation NZ’s mission to prevent the 600 deaths a year in New Zealand.
As Diamond Partner of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, ETA are pleased to announce that it will be turning the caps on 500,000 of its salad dressings pink, and donating 10c from every Pink Cap product sold to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. The donation to the Foundation will be the first in what ETA Salads hope will be an ongoing partnership.
ETA salad dressings have been a long time family favourite of Kiwi’s throughout the country, and a staple on the dinner table for generations. ETA Salads variety of dressing flavours mean there’s something to ensure even the fussiest eaters can happily enjoy a nutritious meal.
To celebrate the partnership, ETA Salads are hosting a Pink Cap lunch for media and invited guests with special performances by their own Pink Caps synchronised swimming team, more commonly known as New Zealand’s ‘Aqua Ferns’. Making a splash at the event the Pink Caps swimmers will be coming straight from the National Championships and delighting guests with their spectacular performances.
Amongst their many incredible initiatives, the Foundation has committed to purchasing ten cooling caps for hospitals around New Zealand. A cause close to the heart of ETA Salads, and the inspiration for its Pink Cap campaign, the cooling caps have been shown to significantly reduce hair loss in women undergoing chemotherapy.
Hosted by Breast Cancer Foundation Ambassador Jackie Clarke, guests at the lunch learnt first hand from Research Manager Adele Gautier about just some of the research initiatives the Foundation are funding with donations from brands such as ETA Salads.