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Your one-stop shop for chopping boards in every shape and size

Want to buy a chopping board? We have an impressive range for you to choose from in all shapes, sizes, colours and materials.

If you're looking for a traditional wooden chopping board - that’s no problem, we even have kitchen chopping boards in different types of wood including beech, mahogany olive, oak, acacia and maple.

Maybe you wish to buy a plastic or other synthetic board, a glass or coloured one, or a chopping board made of bamboo, marble, glass or granite - whatever your needs, we’re confident we can help you find what you're after. We also have an extensive range of board sets and hygenic colour coded chopping boards.

We’ve done the hard work for you and trawled around the top UK stores to find the best prices available for a glass, plastic or wooden board.

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Choose the right board for chopping meat, veg and fish

The humble chopping board is as popular as ever despite the advance of technology and gadgets in the kitchen in recent years.

It’s still the best kitchen accessory for preparing all your meats and vegetables at meal times - and the cutting board has certainly come a long way from the traditional wooden board that’s been a necessity in domestic kitchens and restaurants around the world for centuries - boards are now available in many different styles, sizes, shapes and materials.

We have a huge range of boards for you to take a look at from major UK kitchen accessory stores - there’s no better place to buy a chopping board than here.

And we don’t just feature cutting boards - we also have a selection of board and knife combinations sets for you to choose from, and a variety of other types of boards, including carving boards, bread boards, multi-board sets and cheese boards.

If you want to spend a little bit more - maybe on a gift for someone - then you’ll be spoilt for choice with our selection of luxury boards. Maybe you are looking for a butchers block - well, we have an extensive range of traditional worktop or large freestanding versions on castors.

And you’ll also find plenty of colourful chopping and cutting boards on specific themes including milk, cheese, flowers, fruit and chilli, as well as famous faces such as Elvis or Marilyn Monroe.

If you’re very hygiene conscious and looking for an anti-bacterial board, we’ve got those too. And, of course, colour-coded boards are a great way to safely allocate a particular colour of board for each type of food, whether your are preparing meat, fish, vegetables or fruit. Colour-coded knife sets are also available to buy to which can be used alongside your boards.

We've teamed up with many of the top companies in the UK to bring you a huge range of wooden boards and blocks. And their secure online shopping facilities mean you can enjoy a safe shopping experience from the comfort of your home.

Among the merchants who sell extensive ranges of cheap or expensive, large or small boards and other kitchen items these days are B&Q, The Range, Argos, Marks and Spencer, Westfalia, Robert Dyas, Ebay, Joseph Joseph, ohn Lewis, Millets, Cook in Style, Jamie Oliver, Homebase, Debenhams, Amazon, Tesco Direct, Wilkos and Appliances Direct - and that’s to name just a few.

Maybe you want a rustic or funky board or a personalised board, a popular choice where you can add your own photo and personal printed message to a glass chopping board.

A good cutting board is a welcome addition to any kitchen - whether modern or traditional, round, square or rectangular - and is an invaluable accessory when preparing a range of meals in your home. Once you’ve used a good food preparation board, you’ll never want to be without one again. A quality board is great for all your chopping, cutting, slicing and carving needs.

Experts and professional chefs advise that you buy the best cutting board or worktop saver you can afford and - in the case of quality wooden boards - they can be expected to last for generations if they are looked after with proper care and treated with chopping board oil.

For years wood was the most popular material for food preparation boards. There are two main types - end grain and flat grain. Both are great for chopping meat, fish, vegetables and fruit.

But in the 1990s other types of boards - notably plastic - became popular as some gourmets started to view wooden boards as less hygienic, though many still argue wood is the safer.

There’s also the fact that wood chopping board is often not dishwasher safe. It can, however, be kept clean with hot water, mild detergents and sanitising sprays.

It’s important to take care when using knives with your board - so we’ve included articles on this site to help you prepare meals safety by following the correct procedures. Other articles include advice on the risks of cross-contamination when using these boards, the index colour-coded system and cleaning methods and other aspects of kitchen care.

Modern life is getting busier all the time so it’s important to have a quality board in your kitchen so you can prepare your meat and vegetable quickly, safely and efficiently.

Food preparation should be a pleasure rather than a chore - so buying a good board puts you well on the way to ensuring it’s the pleasant and rewarding experience you’re after.

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