Chopping boards helps us a lot in the kitchen. It is where we cut our food and our food ingredients as well. But did you know that this can be a place where bacteria can hide and thrive?
To reduce the risk of foodborne illness in your kitchen, it is recommended to change your chopping boards at some point. Scrubbing and sanitizing your chopping boards might not be enough. When your cutting board has accumulated a lot of deep grooves from repeated use, you probably need to replace it.The more grooves it has, and the bigger they are, the more area is available for trapping moisture and giving bacteria a place to proliferate.