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Effectively absorbs knife marks and is gentle on knives
Solid construction provides greater stability during use
Can self heal and retain its structure for a long time
Lightweight, compact, and convenient to use
Non-porous surface doesn’t absorb odours or meat juices
Type of grass that is sustainable and renewable
Lighter in weight but harder than wood
Absorbs less liquid and retains its original shape well
Contains natural antibacterial properties which prevent bacterial growth
Can be easily sanitised with chlorine-based solutions to prevent bacteria build-up on the surface
Possesses antibacterial properties that make it safe for food preparation.
Cleaning and care
Season the surface with food-safe oil to prevent it from drying out.
Hand wash with warm water and mild soap.
Do not to soak it in water.
Easiest to sanitise with chlorine-based solutions
Similar to wood
Walnut, hard maple, birch, cherry and oak
Polypropylene and polyethylene
Construction of Wooden Boards
Wooden boards are constructed using the edge or end of the wood to reduce impact on the stainless steel blades.
Also called the “butcher’s block”, an end-grain board is the most versatile board for all kinds of cutting tasks from simple dicing to intensive chopping. It is constructed of end pieces to create a rebounding surface for knives as they impact on the upright fibres of the wood.
An edge-grain wooden board is crafted from the edge of the plank, creating a lower impact for knives than the flat side of the wood.
Colour Coded Plastic Chopping Boards
Colour-coded chopping boards help prevent cross contamination in the kitchen by helping cooks quickly identify the right chopping board for the job.
Here is the standard colour coding guide:
For raw red meats such as beef, pork, lamb, and the like
For raw chicken and other poultry
For raw fish like salmon or tuna, and other kinds of seafood
For cooked meat
For fresh produce including all kinds of fruits and vegetables
For freshly baked breads and dairy products like cheese
Other Chopping Board Features
For easy storage and access
Many boards come with handles for serving purposes and easy maneuverability.
Keeps your round board in a nice symmetrical shape.
Allows air circulation for very hot items to limit condensation.
Allows easy transfer of chopped food or transforms from flat to drained and spiked.