Made with the fastest-replenishing bamboo, these cutting boards are here to chop veggies and not trees. Sourced from nature, these chopping boards are extremely durable, water-resistant and chef-grade.
Moreover, because bamboo has natural antibacterial properties, these cutting boards are hygienic and safe for contact food.
- Set of 3
- Shape of the Product: Rectangle
- Product Dimensions: 33.02"L x 22.86"W x 3.81"Th
- Toxin-free and BPA free
- USDA Certified for 100% bio-based
Apart from being planet-safe and toxins-free, bamboo cutting boards are a great alternative to wooden boards. Besides giving the exact wood-like feel, cutting boards made from Bamboo, are also odor-resistant, water-resistant and knife-friendly. Plus, these boards are also safe to use because of their antibacterial properties.
In a nutshell, bamboo cutting boards are very durable and hard. With a dense yet porous consistency, they offer a perfect surface to slice down vegetables, fruits and even meat. Moreover, the dense texture keeps out the water, thus, killing the bacteria.
Traditionally, bamboo is softer than wood. So, you wouldn't require excessive scrubbing to get the stains out. In fact, a microfiber cloth and warm water would suffice. Simply wash the bamboo cutting board with dish soap and warm water and wipe it with a cloth.
Yes, our bamboo cutting boards do not absorb water like other wooden cutting boards. They are also splinter-resistant and are less prone to set-in stains.
Yes, our bamboo cutting boards are heat resistant and can withstand heat up to 400°C (752°F).
Yes, our bamboo cutting boards are USDA-certified compostable.
Simply put, compostable products break down and nourish the soil. Our bamboo cutting boards are certified compostable.
Composting is when microorganisms present in the soil break down a compostable product into smaller pieces. You can compost these boards in your home by disposing of them in a compost bin. However, if you don't have a backyard or a compost bin, you can dispose of them in a simple trash bin. Once they end up in a landfill, they'll break down and nourish the soil.