ABOUT THIS ITEM
CLASSIC STYLE, SHAPED BY CRAFTSMEN: Our Cutting Board is a Rainforest Bowls in-house design painstakingly hand crafted out of prized olive wood by our team of Tunisian master wood artisans.
ONE TOUGH CUTTING BOARD: Olive wood is famous for its extreme durability. This cutting board is heavy, made to last a lifetime in the kitchen and can become a family heirloom.
CAN HANDLE EXTREME HOT & COLD TEMP: Rare for wood, olive wood is versatile enough to handle steaming hot and frozen goods. This cutting board has a food-safe natural finish, is extremely water-resistant, and can withstand daily use.
PLASTIC FREE PACKAGING: As an environmentally-conscious company, we’ve designed custom, recyclable, Rainforest Bowls branded, zero-plastic packaging.
A UNIQUE AND EXCITING GIFT: Family, friends and co-workers will treasure receiving a truly different and artisan present like this at birthdays, weddings, housewarmings, etc.
DIMENSIONS* & USES
Length: 15" (38 cm)
Width: 9" (23 cm)
Height: 0.8" (2 cm)
*Dimensions, unique tones, and grain patterns might vary. Each product is unique and will not match exactly to the product pictures due to the natural variation of the wood.
Uses: Use this beautiful board for chopping or serving charcuterie cheeses, meats, fruits & veggies etc.
MATERIAL & ORIGIN
- 1 Tree Planted = 1 Product Sold
- Plastic-Free Packaging
- Creating Jobs in Developing Countries
- Free Shipping Over $100
- Try It For 60-Days
1 Products Sold = 1 Tree Planted in The Rainforest
We are a mission-focused multinational company with team members from developing countries in every division. Our core focus is transforming the wood products industry in third world countries that historically caused deforestation.We stimulate economic growth while helping partners evolve into net-positive creators for the environment.
- Government regulates what trees are cut down
- 1 TREE harvested = many hundred of NEW TREES planted
- Since founding, we've donated over 1% of revenue every year
- Provided jobs to skilled wood artisans in rural communities