The latest company going pink to help fight breast cancer is Kyocera Advanced Ceramics. Known for their light-weight, balanced ceramic knives, Kyocera has created a Special Edition 5.5" Santoku Ceramic Knife
to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. For each of the ergonomically designed, pink-handled knives sold, Kyocera will donate $5.00 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation
. So far, the company has donated over $90,000.
Available at Williams Sonoma
and other specialty kitchen retailers for about $70, the knife is perfect for cutting fruits, vegetables and boneless meats. The ceramic blade will never rust or alter the flavor of foods and the pink handle is just plain cute.