Sobremesa Brings Wooden Trenchers To Market

Sobremesa is highlighting the multi-functional benefits of its artisan made wooden trenchers as the company brings the products to the market.

The large trenchers are made by a cooperative group in Antiqua, Guatemala and carved from a single piece of wood. The wood is ethically sourced from car caro wood and has rounded edges to make for a comfortable grip, the company said.

The company also offers a smaller sized trencher, also carved from a single block of wood. The small size trencher is made by artisans in Peru who use reclaimed wood from trees in the Amazon forest.

In addition to serving food, the trenchers can be used to allow dough to rise, used as a planter for flowers or as a centerpiece/storage spot for fruit.