Klosterman goes pink for cancer


Greene County News

CINCINNATI —In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Klosterman Bread, a family-owned bakery headquartered in Cincinnati, launched its 5th annual campaign benefiting Pink Ribbon Girls.

The six-week campaign kicked off with pink-adorned loaves. Each year, Klosterman makes a sizeable donation to Pink Ribbon Girls in support of breast cancer research and consumers can also show their support of Klosterman’s efforts by purchasing specially marked Pink Ribbon Loaves in many Kroger stores.

Pink Ribbon Girls’ mission is to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast cancer and other women’s reproductive cancers bring to individuals and families by providing direct services, education and support.

Klosterman Bread’s Pink Loaf Campaign donation will again contribute to the free services and support Pink Ribbon Girls offers its members through its Simply Fight! and NO Age NO Stage programs.

“We are excited to support such an important and meaningful cause. To know that Klosterman Bread can be an important part of the Pink Ribbon Girls’ initiative is important to us,” said Kim Klosterman, CEO, Klosterman Baking Company. “We hope to continue sharing the Pink Ribbon Girls’ mission of service as well as the importance of breast cancer awareness, healthy living and nutrition for women with our Pink Ribbon Loaves.”

Each Pink Ribbon Loaf is distinguished by a limited-time Klosterman Bread bag highlighted with pink accents.

Greene County News report compiled by Scott Halasz.

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