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CHOPPING BOARD SETS

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Chopping board sets are available in a wide range of materials and designs - and make ideal gifts for friends or relatives.

There are all sorts of board sets available to choose from - colour-coded boards for preventing cross-contamination, multi-board sets consisting of boards of varying sizes, sets which feature a different image or pattern on each board, or sets comprising a main board and accessories such as cutting knifes or a chopping hachoir.


You won’t be short of choices whether you’re looking for a chopping board set for yourself or even a relative or friend.

There’s an impressive range of chopping board sets available here and from many of the top names around including Blue Shoots, Amazon, Debenhams, House of Fraser and Cook in Style.

And they are available in various materials including wood, toughened glass, polypropylene, silicone plastic and other synthetics.

Hachoir sets are very popular as gifts and offer a fast, safe and efficient way to chop garlic and herbs.

There are obvious advantages to owning a set of chopping boards when it comes to hygiene and risks from cross contamination. Colour-coded sets are an innovative development which allows a specific colour of board to be used when preparing a particular type of food - whether it be cooked or uncooked meats, raw fish, dairy products, fruit or vegetables.

Many chopping boards sets are dishwasher safe which takes a lot of the hassle out of cleaning them. However, because of their porous nature, wooden sets will need to be cleaned regularly with a mild detergent and hot water, or a sanitising spray