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Nonni's Biscotti Partners With Celebrities to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Research
Date:10/15/2007

Nonni's Biscotti are an integral part of that mission, helping us reach millions of consumers with life-saving breast health messages and raising funds that support breast cancer research and community outreach programs."

In addition to the charity auction, Nonni's will offer biscotti in specially packaged pink ribbon breast cancer awareness boxes through December 31, 2007. The pink boxes of biscotti will be available at local grocery stores and wholesale clubs. Consumers are invited to visit Nonni's Web site and support breast cancer research by entering in individual UPC codes from their purchased pink boxes of Nonni's Biscotti. Susan G. Komen for the Cure will receive 75 cents for every unique UPC code entered on http://www.nonnis.com, with a minimum donation of $25,000, and maximum of $50,000. UPC codes can be entered until March 1, 2008.

Breast cancer continues to affect millions of women and their friends and families every year. In the 25 years since its inception, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has invested nearly $1 billion in research, education and health services. With the continued support of companies like The Nonni's Food Company, Komen for the Cure will be able to achieve its vision of a world without breast cancer.

About Nonni's Food Company

Founded in 1988, Nonni's Food Company is also home to other premium quality brands including Nonni's Biscotti, New York Style and Old London. The Nonni's Biscotti brand uses the original family recipe including real eggs, butter and gourmet bittersweet chocolate that gives the biscotti a light, crunchy texture that is delicately sweet. The New York Style snack line includes Bagel Crisps and Pita Chips; wholesome snacks that capture the tastes found in traditional New York City's bakeries. Old London serves up great snacks and light lunches with its core Melba toast products. More information can be found at

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