On Ellen’s September 17 episode, Ellen discussed her partnership with the company Food Should Taste Good to take a stand for the fight against breast cancer. She is raising money for Ellen For The Cure, which will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.
To raise money, Food Should Taste Good rolled out a special pink bag of multigrain chips that will donate a part of the profits to the foundation. Ellen let her audience taste the chips by passing a bag around (“she only has one bag”), touting their delicious taste and their vegan and gluten-free status. You can also donate directly to the foundation on her website.
Food Should Taste Good was founded in 2006, offering chips and crackers made from high quality, natural ingredients with a sophisticated taste. We especially like their sweet potato chips! All varieties are gluten, cholesterol, and trans fat free, all are certified Kosher, and many are vegan. They did a similar program last year, donating up to $100,000 to several breast cancer organizations.
Also on the show: Kellie Pickler, Bethenny Frankel, and finalists from So You Think You Can Dance Season 4.