You can “Drink Pink!” during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with this Brita Pink Water Pitcher. In 2010, Brita will make a $50,000 donation to City of Hope to support breast cancer research, treatment and education. Brita has made the same donation for the last two years.
Brita pitchers are BPA free water pitchers. Like most filter water pitchers, Brita pitchers will reduce the taste and odor of chlorine. The Brita pink pitcher (pictured on left) also reduces sediment, dirt, rust, benzene, copper, cadmium, lead, mercury, toluene and tetrachloreethylene. The pitcher is certified to NSF / ANSI Standard No. 42 for the reduction of chlorine as well as zinc.
Note: This product has been discontinued. We suggest the KOR Pink Water Bottle instead. It is a reusable water bottle with several innovative features such as the KOR Perfect Sprout that features a thread less design that large enough to insert ice cubes, but small enough to minimize splashing. Order your here at KOR Water Bottle.
Please note that even though Brita made a donation to City of Hope, the proceeds from this pitcher do not support breast cancer research but instead support breast cancer awareness.