Part Num: BBF-3050
Wood Sushi Cutting Board - Available in Two Sizes Retail: $63.99
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"Sushi Cutting Board in Gum. Gum is recommended for sushi cutting boards due to its tight and fine grain structure. (standard size shown)
Available in two sizes - 6"" x 9.5"" or 7"" x 11.75""
Safer Than Plastic Cutting Boards
Resistant to Bacterial Buildup
Can Be Customized With Our Laser Engraver
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Wood vs. Plastic
Did you know that wood cutting boards are the safest to use? Due to enzymes in the wood, bacteria have a tougher time surviving on hardwood cutting boards. Most people are surprised to hear that a wood cutting board may be more resistant to bacterial buildup than plastic ones.
Research has shown that bacteria, such as the salmonella often found on raw chicken, will thrive and multiply if not removed from plastic boards ( because germs that cause food poisoning can hide out in the knife-scarred nooks and crannies that develop on the surface of a plastic cutting board). Hand scrubbing with hot water and soap can clear microbes from the surface of new or used wooden cutting boards and new plastic ones, but knife scared plastic boards are resistant to decontamination by hand washing.
On hardwood cutting boards, whether they are new or have been used for years, the bacteria dies off within minutes. Researchers theorize that the natural micro tubules of the wood's surface deprives the bacteria of water, causing them to die.
The USDA states that wooden cutting boards used exclusively for raw meat and poultry are okay. They recommend that a different wooden cutting board be used for cutting other foods, such as vegetables and bread, to prevent cross contamination from raw meat to other foods.
Albert Forest Products, Inc., www.city-net.com/albertfp/cutboard
Science News Online, Cutting Through the Cutting Board Brouhaha,
The University of Tennessee, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, web.utk.edu~mtaylo29/pages/wood
USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service,
About the Manufacturer
BBF was founded in 1902 in Warren, Arkansas. It survived the Great Depression of the 1930's, tornadoes in 1949 and 1975, several devastating fires, and the ups and downs of many market cycles. In World War II, they made ammunition boxes, military crates, timbers and even hardwood ski blanks for the Finnish army. For many years they operated the largest flooring mill in the world. Furniture, wall panels, decking, cabinetry, stairs and many other products were proudly and painstakingly made.
BBF now specializes in building solid, 100% American made, heirloom furniture. Their master craftsmen use the finest hardwood and build each piece by hand and build it to last. No particle board, MDF, paper or plastic is used. The furniture is heavy, stout and will last several lifetimes. You can not wear it out and you will have a difficult time tearing it up. WE GUARANTEE YOUR SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK!!
Show our furniture to your friends and neighbors. If they like it, give them our number or website. Word of mouth and a satisfied customer is our best advertising. "
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