Frux Home and Yard Cheese Board and Knife Set Is Back On Amazon

Frux Home and Yard's Cheese Board with Knife Set has recently re-launched on Amazon and includes a convenient platter for consumers to serve snacks while hosting parties.

LAS VEGAS, NV - May 22, 2019 —

The Cheese Board with Cutlery Set has recently been re-stocked on Amazon by Frux Home and Yard, a leading brand of home improvement and kitchen supplies. The said bamboo cheese board is now up for grabs through their Amazon product listing, complete with detailed product description and specifications.

This Charcuterie Cheese Board and server set with drawer and 4 stainless steel knives is made to deliver multiple purposes. Made with organic bamboo material, this eco-friendly product can act as a platter for serving cookies, cheese, meats, hors-d’oeuvres, sushi, fruits, and others for parties, bridal showers, engagement, wedding, birthday, and even Christmas celebration.

The Bamboo Cheese Board comes with a slide-out drawer, which contains four stainless steel cheese knives that can be used to slice, cut, and serve little food items on the board. These include a cheese fork, spatula, heart shape, and plane knife that’s made exclusively for handling a variety of soft and hard cheeses.

What Customers are Saying

Some verified buyers raved that the cheese board is “Perfect for entertaining!” and “Great for a gift or self!”. Others exclaimed they “Absolutely love this” and it has “Great quality!”.

About the 30-Day Guarantee

Frux Home and Yard offers an unconditional guarantee for this bamboo cheese board and cutlery set to buyers for 30 days. This means that if the user isn’t 100% satisfied with its construction and design, Frux will do what it takes to make it right.

“We always want to keep customers happy and fulfilled with the products they are buying from us. This is why we always participate and uphold Amazon’s 30-day guarantee to all our customers. If for some reason you are not thrilled with the design and overall experience, we promise to make it up to you in any way that we can. We hope that through this effort, we can turn disappointed customers to happy ones,” explained Mike MacDonald, Frux Home and Yard’s Media Representative.

For more in-depth information about Frux Home and Yard’s Cheese Board and Cutlery Set, interested buyers can check out their product listing on Amazon.

About Us: Frux Home and Yard is a leading supplier of home improvement and kitchen supplies on Amazon.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike MacDonald
Email: Send Email
Organization: Frux Home and Yard
Address: 3651 Lindell Road, Suite D
Phone: 1-888-410-2340
Website: https://www.fruxhomeandyard.com

Release ID: 516038

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