Rectangular Wisconsin Cheese Board

$25.00

Rectangular Wisconsin Cheese Board

This board will hold your cheese board selections, and reveal Wisconsin landmarks beneath.  Made of bamboo, it’s an attractive display item and also strong.  It makes a nice gift for displaced Midwesterners who miss their cheesy homeland.

Measurements: 11.02″ long x 8.74″ wide x 0.47″ high
Weight: 1.06 pound

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Rectangular Wisconsin Cheese Board

About Totally Bamboo
The story of Totally Bamboo began in a land of stories… well, just north of it. Tom and Joanne Sullivan owned Hollywood Chairs in North Hollywood, supplying directors’ chairs to top movie and television productions. In a quest to improve upon their famously comfortable foldable chairs, the Sullivans began experimenting with other material options. They wanted something lighter than their existing oak chairs yet still strong enough to last through the production of a blockbuster picture (and its inevitable sequels). After exhaustive research, they found one material fit the bill better than any other — bamboo! Bamboo has a higher tensile strength than steel, yet is light enough for anyone to easily carry. Not only is bamboo a better material option, but it’s better for the planet too. When harvested, bamboo’s roots remain and quickly regenerate. It’s a truly remarkable and renewable resource. The success of bamboo in chairs led Tom and Joanne to consider other uses for this amazing material. They used their combined art and design backgrounds to invent the FIRST bamboo cutting board. This cutting board crafted from “engineered bamboo,” was light and durable, harder than maple yet gentle on knives. With this brilliant innovation, Totally Bamboo was born! Totally Bamboo has continued to innovate since the inception of the bamboo cutting board and offers masterfully crafted solutions in a wide variety of home and gift categories.

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