Help Fight Breast Cancer by Grabbing a Bagel at Panera in October
Panera is joining the fight against breast cancer by donating a portion of the proceeds of it’s Pink Ribbon Bagels, sold in all of its southeast Michigan bakeries, to a variety of breast cancer causes throughout the country, including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®.
The Panera Pink Ribbon Bagel is baked fresh daily and features cherry chips, dried cherries and cranberries, vanilla, honey and brown sugar. The bagel follows the tradition of “thinking pink” during the month of October in the quest to eradicate the breast cancer disease.
The Pink Ribbon Bagels are priced at $1.25. Customers always have the option of purchasing a bagel pack (13 assorted bagels with 2 cream cheese tubs) for $12.99, or a baker’s dozen (13 assorted bagels) for $8.99 to treat family or coworkers to a Panera breakfast.
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