IKEA 365+Chopping board

$5.99/ 3 pack

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Easy to clean, handle and store, these chopping boards can also be used as lids. Choose a lid color based on the food. Maybe red for meat, green for vegetables and blue for dry foods?

Article Number604.063.04

Product details

Can be used as a chopping board, a lid or become a perfect cheese dome together with the food containers in the IKEA 365+ series.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number604.063.04
  • Polyethylene


    Withstands temperatures up to 158°F.

  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free


Length: 8 ¾ "

Width: 6 ¼ "

Thickness: ¼ "

Package quantity: 3 pack

  • IKEA 365+
    Chopping boardArticle Number604.063.04

    Width: 6 ¼ "

    Height: ¾ "

    Length: 8 ¾ "

    Weight: 1 lb 6 oz

    Package(s): 1


Great samll cutting boardsCarolI always run out of small cutting boards and these are perfect.5
Cutting board for everythingLazethPerfect! I love the colors so as to indicate specifically which to use for raw meat or fruit/veggies!5
Perfect for small cutting jobs.LOUISEPerfect for small cutting jobs.5
Great little cutting boards.BarbaraHaving three is really handy. I use mine for cutting or chopping vegetables and fruit as well as a base for my grater when I grate carrots. They clean up nicely in the dishwasher.5
Happy customerTADEUSZIt is amazing5
Nice as cutting boardsTABATHAThey’re good3
Happy about this product.LYNETTEHappy about this product.4
Good productTishGood product5
Great price and it works!DARRICKGreat price and it works!5
Kitchen RefreshEmilyConvenient size. Easy to clean.5
So convenient!SusanLove the convenience of these little chopping boards for quick slices and dices. Then, pop 'em in the dishwaser.5
small cutting boardsNORMPerfect size, robust design with ridge around edge to prevent liquid drips.5
works great, so convenientmonicaworks great, so convenient5
Very cute too !!ElaineVery cute too !!5
handy little chopping boardJANEhandy little chopping board5
For home and the RVLINDAJust what we needed for home and also a great size to tuck into a drawer in the motor home.5
I love it especially theYVONEI love it especially the color5
Perfect sizeSharonPerfect size5
Chopping boardRUTHIt's a great size to chop small items and perfect size to store away if you don't have a lot of storage.5
IKEA 365+ Chopping board, 8 ¾x6 ¼ "

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What is PE plastic?

PE, or polyethylene, is a versatile plastic with many uses. It can be soft and flexible as well as tough and strong. At IKEA we use PE for things like plastic bags, freezer bags, ice packs and chopping boards. A big reason why we like this plastic is that it’s recyclable and can also be made from renewable raw materials like corn and sugar cane. Look for the symbol with a triangle and the number 2 or 4 if you want to choose plastic made from renewable raw materials.