Crussh, in Canada Place Mall, is selling three specialist ‘pink products’ throughout October in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The juice store is donating 50p from every pink nut milk, pink organic milk and pink porridge to breast cancer charity The Haven.

Nutritionist for the charity, Sarah Lumley, said: “Crussh have carefully considered the immune-boosting ingredients used to colour their pink products.

“Goji berries are linked to well-being, promoting the happiness emotion and increased sleep levels in people that consume them regularly. Raspberries have been found to possess anti-cancer qualities due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties – the pink porridge and nut milk deliver a multitude of health benefits due to these two key ingredients.

The pigment that gives beetroot its deep purple colour has also been found to help in the prevention of certain types of cancer, as well as lowering blood pressure. The health benefits of each pink ingredient has been carefully selected to symbolise The Haven – we’d like to say a big thank you to Crussh for putting together such a nutritious menu of products.”