Consumer research shows that people are very concerned about chicken juice and kitchen contamination. 

And so they should be. According to the CDC, more than 48 million people become sick from food tainted with salmonella, E. coli, campylobacter and other bacterium each year.1 It's no wonder, with a recent study of 316 raw chicken breasts2 across several brands revealing that:

  • Nearly 97 percent of samples tested harbored illness-causing bacteria
  • 7 percent harbored at least one multi-drug resistant bacteria
  • 5 percent harbored at least one multi-drug resistant bacterium 

Sure, cooking can kill most germs, but by that time, they’re all over your cutting board, and ready to be tracked throughout your kitchen.

There's only one way to know, without a shadow of a doubt that you’re cutting on a clean surface every time. Leave your porous plastic and wood cutting boards in the cabinet, and use a fresh, CleanCutting Sheet each time you cut meat. Because they’re made of renewable, biodegradable bamboo, they’re also guiltlessly disposable. So you can toss out the germs with the sheet, minimizing the spread of illness-causing bacteria in your kitchen.

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1 Published January 2014, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), retrieved April 2016 from
2 Published January 2014, Consumer Reports, retrieved April 2016 from


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