- Slim, lightweight end grain butcher block style
- Perfect for preparation, cutting and serving
- Juice canal catches excess liquids
- Handwash and upkeep with mineral oil occasionally for longevity
- Durable, stain-resistant and moisture-resistant
- Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 1 inch / 45.7 x 35.6 x 2.5 cm
TeakHaus Rectangle Edge Grain Cutting/Serving Board & Juice Canal 18″
TeakHaus’ Scandi Collection is inspired by the Nordic style. Simple yet functional and aesthetically looking, this new collection is suitable for cutting and serving unexpected dishes to impress your guests. Slim, lightweight end grain butcher block style.
Handwash, Moisture Resistant, Stain Resistant
45.7 x 35.6 x 2.5 cm
$50 – $100
TeakHaus by Proteak is committed to sustainable business practices. TeakHaus own and operate their own plantation forests throughout South America. Each plantation forest follows rigorous social and environmental standards set forth by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a not for profit organization committed to the responsible management of forests.
TeakHaus products are developed with inspiration by the Social Kitchen concept: the place where we share food and great moments with our loved ones.
1. CREATING FORESTS
TeakHaus helps to create forest plantations in previously undeveloped lands, making forestry matter.
2. TEAK WOOD
The best tropical wood in the wood, its natural, high-oil content and hardwood grain will keep your knives sharp and ready.
TeakHaus’ boards are manufactured with wood from sustainable forests, certified under international standards.
With minimal care, your TeakHaus board will look stunning for years to come.
5. DESIGN FOR ALL
Cut, serve, share. Whether you need a board for a BBQ or pizza party day, TeakHaus board will fit your needs.
6. GIVING BACK
TeakHaus is committed to social responsibility and to the support of rural communities in North America, giving back through quality jobs in low-income areas.
7. FSC CERTIFIED
Promotes the environmentally and socially responsible, and economically viable management of forests worldwide.