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Ein Hauch mediterraner Eleganz für deine Küche!

Bundles The Bavarian Brettl 40cm + Catania 45cm

97,73€ 114,98€
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  • Excellent craftsmanship

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Why olive wood?

Olive wood has established itself in recent years as a promising alternative to plastic and other types of wood such as bamboo and oak. It offers many advantages over these materials, both from an environmental and health perspective. Olive wood is a more sustainable alternative to plastic kitchen utensils because it is made from a renewable resource and is biodegradable.

Olive trees grow in dry areas and do not require an additional irrigation system. Using olive wood as a material for kitchen utensils or other items also helps reduce wood waste, as it is usually obtained from trees that have already been cut down for the production of olive oil. In contrast, plastic is a non-renewable resource and can take centuries to degrade.


Olive wood is very durable and robust, which means that it does not wear out as quickly as plastic kitchen utensils. This reduces, in turn, the risk of microplastic particles being released.

Olive wood has natural antibacterial properties

that can help resist bacterial growth on the surface of the wood. In comparison, plastic can promote bacteria accumulation, which can lead to the need to replace utensils more quickly.

Exclusive wood has a natural beauty and unique grain, making it an attractive material for kitchen utensils and other items. It brings a piece of the Mediterranean into our kitchens and homes.



The grain of olive wood boards can vary greatly and is often naturally decorated. The grain is formed by the growth of the olive trees and the natural conditions in which they have grown. As a result, the grain can be very irregular and distinctive. Each piece is therefore unique.

Olive wood has a characteristic and pleasant scent, which many people describe as slightly sweet or spicy with a hint of olive oil scent. The naturally high oil content in the wood prevents odors from settling in the wood.

To prolong the life of your olive wood board, it is important to take care of it regularly. The first thing to do is to wash the board by hand and dry it thoroughly. Avoid soaking the board in water for long periods as this can damage the wood. To prevent the board from drying out and cracking, you should treat it regularly with oil. Use olive oil, sunflower oil, or mineral oil. Apply a thin layer of oil to the entire surface of the board and wipe off any excess oil with a cloth.

Olive wood boards are not designed to be used in the dishwasher. The wood can be damaged by the hot steam and strong detergents.

Olive wood is considered an environmentally friendly material because it is a renewable resource and the production of olive wood products has a lower environmental impact compared to other types of wood. Olive wood products are also biodegradable and can be easily disposed of at the end of their life.

Olive wood boards have several advantages over plastic ones. First, they are made from a natural raw material that is biodegradable and environmentally friendly. However, plastic is a synthetic material that is not biodegradable and takes many centuries to decompose. Secondly, olive wood boards have natural antibacterial properties that can help reduce the spread of bacteria and germs on the surface. Plastic boards, on the other hand, can be easily scratched, which can lead to a buildup of bacteria that can be difficult to remove. Third, olive wood boards are sturdy and resistant to wear and water. They are more durable than plastic boards and can last for years without breaking or deforming.

Finally, olive wood boards have a natural and rustic aesthetic that makes them an attractive and stylish element in any kitchen. Plastic boards, on the other hand, often have an artificial and cheap look.