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Small Chopping Board
Small Chopping Board
Small Chopping Board

Small Chopping Board



These beautiful chopping boards are made from sustainable mango wood, a natural byproduct.

Smooth to touch and wonderfully versatile, these sustainably made chopping boards can be used for all of your chopping needs, or used as serving platters for cheese boards or any other culinary delights.

With beautiful natural knots and rings, these unique chopping boards are made to be displayed. Hang in the kitchen or use to decorate the worktop and it will infuse the heart of the home with rustic charm. 

Dimensions: 38cm x 20cm

To care for your mango wood, wash with warm soapy water and then rinse and dry immediately. To nourish and protect the natural wood, rub a good quality edible oil such as olive oil or walnut oil into the surface with a cloth. Due to the natural beauty of these items, there may be changes to the colour over time.


We farm in harmony with nature, using regenerative farming techniques to nurture our countryside. By supporting us you are helping us to sustain 25 small-scale farming families.

Our Mission

Speedy Delivery

We offer speedy next day delivery in our 100% recyclable packaging. There is a minimum order value of £30 for all orders. We deliver to the whole of the UK, including the Scottish Highlands and Channel Islands.

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Unrivalled Quality

We have received the countries highest accolades including; BBC 4 Food & Farming Best Producer, The Telegraph's Best Butcher, The Independent's Best Meat Box, Great Taste Top 50 Best Food Products.



Nkuku was founded on the back of a life-changing adventure. Co-founders Ali and Alex Cooke set off on a year-long round the world trip after leaving their jobs in corporate finance and interiors. From the outset they were inspired and humbled by the talented craftspeople and their beautiful work, that we met on the journey.

It then encouraged us to do something different, so on their return, they moved out of London to rural Devon and started working with artisans throughout the world, supporting and celebrating their skills by bringing their products to a wider audience.

They borrowed the name Nkuku (‘Nu-kuh -kuh’), from a village in Zambia, and wrote their business plan on the cover of a paperback. Their first product was for the stylish journals that they still sell today.

That was back in 2003, today the team and products may have grown, but they still have the same values and hands-on approach, meeting and working with all their makers personally. Their passion is products that bring pleasure to everyday life at the same time as being sustainably made.