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FOLDING CHOPPING BOARDS

Folding chopping board

Folding chopping boards help to make the food preparation process just that little bit easier.

The way they are constructed means they can be used like any traditional chopping board - but their folding capacity comes in handy in many ways.

They make it easy to empty waste from your chopping board into the bin or funnel all your chopped meat, fruit and vegetables into your container of choice - and of course the risk of spillage is all but eliminated.

Proving very popular is the Chop2Pot range which is the result of a collaboration between Joseph Joseph and Mark Saunders. It features an award-winning design which is very simple and effective. Pressing the folding board flat locks it into the chopping position - then you just squeeze the handle and the board will fold, allowing you to empty the ingredients into your pot, salad bowl or frying pan. This type of folding chopping board is made of very strong polypropylene and is dishwasher safe. They are also available in various colours including blue, white, pink and black.

Some kitchen product companies have also started to produce folding anti-bacterial cutting boards which have obvious benefits where hygiene is concerned.

Folding chopping boards are obviously not heavy-duty in the way full-size wooden chopping blocks are, but they really are a handy option for transferring chopped food to your cooking receptacle without the risk of spillage. They can perform tasks that traditional cutting boards can’t - so why not have the best of both worlds and purchase a folding board to accompany your standard board?