CrushGrind Billund Nutmeg grater 8 cm, parsley, 060350-0028


The Billund Nutmeg Grater helps you to easily grate nutmeg without injury. Includes a tray for nutmeg in the body of the grater. More

Manufacturer: CrushGrindProduct code: 060350-0028
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The Billund Nutmeg Grater helps you to easily grate nutmeg without injury. Includes a tray for nutmeg in the body of the grater. More

Manufacturer: CrushGrindProduct code: 060350-0028
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CrushGrind Billund nutmeg grater 8 cm, parsley

The Billund Nutmeg Grater makes it easy to store and retrieve the full flavour of whole nutmegs while keeping your fingers safe! To store nutmegs, remove the lid at the top.

The Billund collection was created with a fun and playful design inspired by the colorful houses in Denmark. The base of the nutmeg grater is a biocomposite material made from wood-based cellulose fibre from certified sustainably managed forests. This material gives the grater a warm, velvety and natural look. In addition, the material has a low carbon footprint and, unlike crop-based biomaterials, this biocomposite does not interfere with the food production chain.

- Comfortable and ergonomic grip
- Material: biocomposite/stainless steel
- Suitable for nutmeg
- Easy and quick "grating" without injury
- Nutmeg container in the body of the grater
- Design: IDEAS / Sam Murley
- Not dishwasher safe
- Product height: 8 cm

CrushGrind - think big and leave nothing to chance.
These are the values that have guided CrushGrind since founder Ken Muff Lassen started the company more than three decades ago. And it still is. Today, CrushGrind is a respected Danish design company with a focus on spice grinders, kitchen utensils and valued partnerships.CrushGrind's goal is to inspire consumers to have the best dining experience with whole spices and high quality kitchen tools. In 1994, the company launched the world's first ceramic grinding mechanism, CrushGrind. Many years have passed since then. Today we would find more than 80 million grinders worldwide. Which undoubtedly indicates their popularity and quality.

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