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The Importance of MOCA Certification in Our Artisan Chopping Boards

When it comes to choosing the right accessories for our kitchen, safety is as much a priority as style and functionality. Cutting boards are no exception, and at "Armonie in Legno" we care about the health of our customers. For this reason, we are proud to offer cutting boards that are not only beautiful and practical, but also meet the high standards set by the MOCA (Materials and Objects in Contact with Food) certification.

MOCA certification is a guarantee of quality and safety for consumers. Established by European legislation, it ensures that all materials and objects that come into contact with food do not alter its composition, taste or safety. This is vitally important, especially when considering the variety and complexity of the foods we prepare and consume every day.

At "Armonie in Legno", each olive wood cutting board goes through a rigorous selection and treatment process to ensure that they are not only aesthetically pleasing and functional but also comply with MOCA safety standards. Our cutting boards are treated with oils and finishes that are food safe, ensuring that their surfaces are not only durable but also non-toxic and inert towards foods.

The beauty of olive wood, with its fascinating grain and its remarkable hardness, is combined with the practicality of an accessory that can be used with confidence. Each cutting board is a unique piece - a true masterpiece of nature transformed by artisan talent into an indispensable utensil for every kitchen.

Choosing a chopping board from "Armonie in Legno" is not only a choice of style but also of responsibility. It is the promise of a product made to last, which maintains its beauty and functionality over time without compromising the safety and well-being of those who use it. When preparing your next aperitif or dinner, make the right choice with a MOCA certified cutting board from "Armonie in Legno" - because true quality can be seen and felt, in every sensation.

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