Cutting Boards Help Save the Environment
While visiting Loll Furniture in Duluth, Minnesota last summer, I picked up a flyer about their sister company Epicurean. They manufacture cutting boards, utensils and other kitchen products.
Their product line was familiar to me because my chef husband has two of their cutting boards at home. He uses them for all sorts of tasks, but always for cutting raw meat. They are more sanitary than wood because they don’t harbor bacteria. Clean-up is easy because they can go right into the dishwasher. The Epicurean product materials are easy on knives, too.
One of Epicurean’s product lines is made from 100% Recycled Paper. The paper is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified as post-consumer paper and is made in the United States.
Another of Epicurean’s product lines is made from post-consumer recycled plastic milk jugs. These cutting boards come in bright colors including red, white, and green.
A lot of Epicurean’s products are sold in shops with a kitchen section, and you can also buy their products directly on their website.