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Tania Bosch packs up cupcakes for display at Country Grocer’s Dufferin Crescent store Friday.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Tania Bosch packs up cupcakes for display at Country Grocer’s Dufferin Crescent store Friday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Tania Bosch packs up cupcakes for display at Country Grocer’s Dufferin Crescent store Friday. The grocery chain is hosting its second annual Pink Cupcake Month promotion.

Until May 31, 50 cents from the sale of every six pack of pink cupcakes sold from Country Grocer stores on Vancouver Island will support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation of B.C./Yukon.

The foundation’s goal is to create a future free of breast cancer by 2020.

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