Saturday 28 January 2012

Mrs Crimble's Teams Up with Breast Cancer Campaign

The whole blogosphere seems to be full of news about the Breast Cancer Campaign at the moment with numerous ways of getting involved to help raise important funds. I told you about Pink Ribbon Bingo here earlier in the week but here's an even more enjoyable way of doing your bit for charity - eating cranberry macaroons! Read on for more details :


Mrs Crimble’s, the much loved British bakery brand, is set to raise at least £25,000 for Breast Cancer Campaign in 2012 by giving 10p from every sale of its suitably pink and extremely yummy Cranberry Macaroons, available in shops from the 13th February 2012. (I reviewed them here and was amazed at how moist and juicy they were.)

The battle against breast cancer is being won but too slowly.  While treatment and survival rates are improving, each year 12,000 women die from the disease.  Every year 48,000 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed - that’s 130 a day.

Researchers have recently made some important breakthroughs in understanding more about breast cancer and there is every hope that one day we can find a cure.  That’s why Mrs Crimble’s is working with Breast Cancer Campaign to help fund vital research into the disease.

We will be using Mrs Crimble’s oven thermometer to show exactly how much we have raised for Breast Cancer Campaign on our Facebook page.  Every time we reach another thousand pounds we celebrate.  So think pink, support Breast Cancer Campaign and help us reach the next milestone.  All you need to do is treat yourself to a pack of scrumptious Mrs Crimble’s Cranberry Macaroons and pop the kettle on. 

Mrs Crimble’s started over 20 years ago and today their products can be found in all good independent farm shops, health stores, delicatessens and supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons, Co-op and Tesco.

Breast Cancer Campaign aims to beat breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure.  For more information, visit

Other blogposts you may be interested in :

Mrs Crimble's Pancake Mix review 
Mrs Crimble's Mini Choc Orange Macaroons 
Mrs Crimble’s Cheese Bites and Cheese Crackers review 


  1. This is fantastic. I love eating these. Hoping to cook some myself soon.. you ever tried that?

    I find cooking really therapeutic and it relaxes me. I'm currently completing a crazy challenge to have this text Q&A service ChaCha tell me every meal I should cook for a month... please drop me some comments on my blog to support me!


    1. I used to cook coconut macaroons at school !! Love the sound of the challenge, I'll come and have a look ! x

  2. Thank you, will be looking out for these as it's a great cause, and very close to my heart :)

  3. I think its great when companies like this visibly show their support for very worthwhile causes like Breast Cancer campaign, well done Mrs Crimbles!

  4. Hoping to cook some myself soon.

  5. Best combination - delicious glutenfree treat and supporting a great charity.



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