Thursday, October 10, 2013

Food Should Taste Good - Pink for a Cure

Just a quick follow up regarding my fall yesterday, I ended up going to the doctor today because my knee is swollen. I just wanted to be sure nothing was torn or broken. Luckily, no broken or chipped bones.

He thinks it's just a really bad bruise causing the swelling plus the cuts/scrapes. If it doesn't start to improve in about a week or so, then he'll order an MRI to make sure that the meniscus isn't torn. So, for now, ice ice baby ... and ibuprophen ... and bandages.

Now let's talk about something that's cause worthy. The other day I came home to a box on my porch. I opened it up and this is what I found inside. YUM!


Chocolate doesn't tempt me, cakes and pies? Meh. But chips? Oh I love chips. And I love chips that are for a good cause.

Food Should Taste Good has a non-GMO commitment, chips are also gluten-free and all natural. Just check out their ingredient labels - you can actually read and identify the ingredients. How's that for a nice change? And a Sweet Potato chip? Yes please. I've not had any of there chips that I disliked. They have some very unique flavors too, like Olive, Kimchi, and even a Harvest Pumpkin. Yep, you read that correctly.

While I like trying out new flavors, this is more about a cause. This month, Food Should Taste Good is going pink with some of their chips in order to aid in the effort to fight breast cancer. They are donating $100,000 to Play for P.I.N.K. regardless of their sales of these pink bags of chips.

While chips aren't exactly the healthiest food on the planet, I do feel better about selecting chips that are made from whole ingredients, non-GMO AND supporting a very important cause, Breast Cancer Awareness.

Are you a chip fan? What's your favorite chip? 

Please note: Food Should Taste Good sent me these chips for free with only a simple request to spread the word in order to help raise money for breast cancer research. This post was written on my own accord.