Great Cause. Great Crisps. Great Day.
And the reason for the visit… Seabrook Crisps is raising crucial awareness and funds for the charity through the sale of its hot-off-the-production-line new brand, Goodbye salt, Hello flavour – pledging to raise a hefty £40,000 for the charity.
As you can imagine, the people at Breast Cancer Care are thrilled with Seabrook’s support (and the prospect of lots of free crisps).
Michelle and Ellie ‘popped up’ to the Bradford factory from London to have a little tour of its positively Willy Wonka-esq operation (a prize if you can spot an Oompa Loompa in the pictures), and to chat to CEO Ken (who wore pink), director Sam (also in pink), MD John (don’t think he owns any pink) and us about the AMAZING work they do.
Breast Cancer Care offers crucial advice and support to anyone who has been affected by breast cancer through forums, its helpline, its publications and even on the social networks – and they’re there to help, reassure and offer advice not just to sufferers, but their families too. They work tirelessly to raise money for and awareness of their work through events, Pink Ribbon walks and forging relationships with like-minded brands, like Seabrook Crisps.
Needless to say, Seabrook Crisps is extremely proud to be doing its bit for breast cancer. If you want to do your bit, give the new Goodbye salt, Hello flavour crisps a whirl. They have 100% flavour, with absolutely no added salt. Clever Seabrook’s.
Posted by Claire Anderson.