Kyocera Supports Breast Cancer Awareness With Special Edition Pink Handled Set

Kyocera has donated over $400K towards breast cancer research to date.
Costa Mesa, Calif. – Kyocera’s Special Edition Pink Handled Set gives home cooks the opportunity to support a great cause while enjoying the benefits of the best in ceramic cutlery.  Raising funds for Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the set contains a 5.5-Inch Santoku Ceramic Knife and a Y Peeler, both in the beautiful shade of pink that has become emblematic of the breast cancer awareness movement.  (For direct purchase: www.http://kyoceraadvancedceramics.com/knives/revolution-sets/5-5-santoku-w-y-peeler-2-pc-set-1.html)
From Kyocera’s Revolution Series, the Santoku Ceramic Knife is an all-purpose knife that features a deep blade that is ideal for slicing, dicing and mincing. Perfect for use with fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats, the knife is ultra-sharp and will hold its original sharpness 10 to 15 times longer than steel blades, thanks to Kyocera’s proprietary ceramic.
The Y Peeler features an ergonomic handle, sharp ceramic peeler, and two eye corers that can be used to remove imperfections. Like all Kyocera advanced ceramic cutlery, it offers the purity of advanced ceramic that is rustproof and will never brown foods or impart a metallic taste or smell.
The Kyocera Special Edition Pink Handled Set has a suggested retail price of $49.95. Regularly priced at $9.95, the pink peeler is free. Kyocera will donate $5.00 for each set sold, to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. To date, Kyocera has donated over $400,000 to this cause in the U.S alone.
The worldwide Kyocera Group also supports the Pink Ribbon Movement to promote early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer via various organizations in Australia, France, Italy, South Korea, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines.
The Kyocera Special Edition Pink Handled Set, benefitting the Susan G. Komen for a Cure® is available at premier specialty, gift and organic food retailers nationwide, including Williams-Sonoma and Whole Foods, and also at www.kyoceraadvancedceramics.com.



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