An eco-responsible firm
Material recycling and biodegradability - the Line and Natura ranges:
Jean Dubost takes an innovative approach with its 100% recyclable Line and Natura ranges of kitchen and tableware: a 100% recyclable stainless steel blade and a unique handle, the result of advanced research (a project launched in 2008), all to serve the environment. These handles are made from a plant-based bioplastic based on cornstarch, a renewable resource which ensures that they are 100% COMPOSTABLE and BIODEGRADABLE. A range which was recognised in 2018 at the Exclusively Housewares trade fair in London by trend consultancy Scarlet Opus for the Design Trend – ECO 2.0 #ownyourownimpact category: this eco-design category recognises “a new direction and awareness of the eco-design movement, to ensure that each of us becomes aware of our personal impact on the environment and society”.
100% recycled cardboard packaging, printed using natural plant-based inks ensures that the needs of both nature and table lovers are met.
Line product sample : Line paring knife, Line steak knife, Line peeler knife
Natura product sample : 100% recyclable case with 3 Laguiole Natura cheese knives - 100% recyclable case with 6 Laguiole Natura steak knives
The Paperline range:
Jean Dubost offers a chopping board made from recycled paper and natural resin (no petroleum products). Its non-porous surface ensures that it is resistant to water, UV, stains as well as high temperatures (180°C), and it is also dishwasher-compatible. Protecting our planet means using recycled materials in line with the FSC standards of the Rainforest Alliance’s Smartwood programme.
Example of a Paperline product: Jean Dubost Paperline chopping board