A solid cutting board is an absolute must — but, make it eco-friendly and sustainable and we're sold. In 2019, we raved about direct-to-consumer kitchenware brand Material's new cutting board made of recycled plastic and renewable sugarcane and now it's back and smaller than ever with the launch of The (mini) reBoard.
The (mini) reBoard is exactly what you'd expect — a more compact version of The reBoard, which was so popular that it sold out days after its initial launch and another five times since. Due to customer demand for a smaller size, The (mini) reBoard was created approximately 25% smaller than the original — but with the same environmentally-conscious materials — making it perfect for chopping up smaller ingredients. The (mini) reBoard is available in three colors: Midnight, Pink Salt, and Moss. You can buy it solo for $25 or as part of The Snack Set bundle with The Almost 4" Knife for $65.
In honor of the launch, Material teamed up with Auzerais Bellamy of Blondery to donate to the Equal Justice Initiative from July 23 to 31 with every purchase of The Snack Set and The Iconics (Bellamy's go-to collection for kitchenware essentials).