Why Wooden Cutting Boards?

There are several benefits to using wood cutting boards over plastic ones:

  1. Durability: Wood cutting boards are generally more durable than plastic ones because they are less prone to scratching and scuffing. This makes them a good choice for heavy-duty chopping and slicing tasks.


  1. Knife-friendliness: Wood is a softer material than plastic, so it is less likely to dull your knives. When you chop on a plastic cutting board, the surface is much harder than the blade of your knife, which can cause the knife to lose its sharp edge. Wood, on the other hand, is softer and more forgiving, so it is less likely to damage your knives.
  1. Easy on the hands: Wood cutting boards are easier on the hands than plastic ones, which can be hard and slippery. This can be especially important for people who spend a lot of time in the kitchen or have hand and wrist issues.

  1. Better for the environment: Wood is a natural, renewable resource, whereas plastic is a non-renewable resource made from petroleum products. Using a wood cutting board can help reduce your carbon footprint because it is made from a sustainable material and can be recycled or repurposed when it is no longer usable.


The Hardwood Chef brand is popular because it is made from high-quality, sustainably sourced hardwood and is designed to be durable and long-lasting. It is also backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so customers can feel confident in their purchase.