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Specifically, it was 1887 when the Boos family made the very first butcher block, although it was really a block built for blacksmiths, who required an extra-strong work surface for serious pounding. Only later did butchers discover the versatility of those early wooden blocks. Nowadays, home chefs and professionals alike appreciate the virtues of Boos Blocks. They’re the blocks, tables, carts, cutting boards and countertops of choice, bar none.
Whether you’re in the market for an elegant butcher block island, a magnificent heirloom butcher’s block, a carving board with a juice groove or an end-rain chopping board, you will find innumerable attractive options. In fact, you’ll discover so many appealing hardwood options from John Boos – in maple, cherry, oak and walnut; and in edge, end or blended-grain style – that it might be tough to make up your mind. If that's the case, just give us a call. After all, we're the "Experts in All Things Butcher Block!"
All Boos & Co. products are made in the U.S.A. using only the finest materials and in accordance with high standards for quality and preservation of our environment. For example, the company uses only renewing timbers that are abundant and sustainable and derived from forests certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council). Trees are selected for harvesting one by one, thereby enabling forests to renew themselves over time.
Plus Boos recycles 95% of the scrap it generates, including sawdust, which is used as fuel for heating kilns and as bedding for livestock.
If you would like to learn about the history, marketing and manufacturing of John Boos butcher block products, check out our exclusive interview with Boos' VP of Sales and Marketing. Or if you're ready, move on and check out the other brands we carry at Butcher Block Co.
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