Would You Buy These Potato Chips Because They’re Pink? The Breast Cancer “Pinkwashing” Effect, Explained

Published Oct 13, 2020

Would You Buy These Potato Chips Because They’re Pink? The Breast Cancer “Pinkwashing” Effect, Explained

Cape Cod Potato Chips says it makes a 12-cent donation for every purchased bag of its limited edition "Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Chips." But is it hypocritical to use such an unhealthy snack to support breast cancer research?

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