Across West Virginia Tuesday and in the Ohio Valley Panera Bread is hosting a Go Pink Day.
All nine West Virginia Panera bakery-cafes are donating 100 percent of their proceeds from Pink Ribbon Bagel sales to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, West Virginia.
Those bagels are only available in October and throughout the whole month Panera will donate ten percent of the proceeds from each Pink Ribbon Bagel they sell.
These tasty treats are flavored with cherry chips, dried cherries and cranberries , vanilla, honey and brown sugar.
''We are so proud to once again partner with Panera Bread and their ''Go Pink'' Program, said Rebecca Newhouse of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, West Virginia Affliate.''Panera continues to raise awareness of breast cancer throughout West Virginia on a most creative and delicious way.With businesses ordering ahead for their office and a month long availability of Pink Ribbon Bagels, we could not be more proud of this successful program.''