‘Pasta’ launches effort to benefit pediatric cancer research – Boston 25 News

QUINCY, Massachusetts — Boston Bruins player David ‘Pasta’ Pastrňák partners with Stop & Shop to launch the sale of pasta ‘Pasta’. Specifically, limited edition penne pasta to raise money for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund.

Pastrňák will also partner with Stop & Shop to donate pasta to children in need in his native Czech Republic.

On the black and gold box is a picture of Pastrňák. It will sell for 88 cents in honor of Pastrňák’s jersey number, and a portion of the proceeds from each 16-ounce box will go to pediatric cancer research and care.

“My fans have been asking me for years what I eat before a game and it’s always my favorite meal, pasta Bolognese,” said David Pastrňák, “I’m excited to partner with Stop & Shop so that fans can create delicious pasta meals at home while supporting Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund.”

“Not only is pasta a game favorite for David, but it’s a favorite of so many of our customers as an easy weeknight meal for their families,” said Gordon Reid, president of Stop & Shop. “We know our customers will love making pasta recipes at home as they cheer on David and the Boston Bruins this season, and we thank David for partnering with us to further the life-changing work at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund. to support.”

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