Magimix has partnered with the McGrath Foundation to support Breast Cancer Awareness month in October with the launch of a limited-edition Le Mini Plus food processor in pink.

From 1 October to 31 October, 10% of the product’s sales will be donated to the McGrath Foundation and customers will receive a bonus Parmesan disc, valued at $75, as a thank you.

The Le Mini Plus food processor can slice, grate, chop, whisk, blend and press. Made in France, the motor comes with a 30-year guarantee.

“Breast cancer is estimated to be the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia. This October, we would like to help raise awareness while also supporting the important work of the McGrath Foundation,” Magimix Australia managing director, Wivina Chaneliere said.

“The Le Mini Plus food processor is ideal for those looking for a space-saving high quality food processor. It is the perfect opportunity to get something built to last while also helping a good cause.”

The Le Mini Plus food processor in pink is now available through Magimix for RRP $399.

The McGrath Foundation raises funds to place specialist McGrath breast care nurses around Australia, who help individuals and their families affected by breast cancer with physical, psychological and emotional support from diagnosis through to treatment. The support is free of charge, whether the patient is in a private or public healthcare system.