Chilean-made from the largest poplar forest in south america at the foot of the andes

WoodAble utensils come from Chile and are made the same way we’ve been making wooden products for many, many decades. First, we grow the trees. We have more than 8,000 acres (and growing) of forested land at the foot of the Andes Mountains.

That’s almost 13 square miles! The water we use for irrigation comes from run-off out of the mountains. We use only the water that we need from this run-off and direct it through man-made canals, many of which are over a half-century old.

The trees grow for 14 years before we harvest them as that is when their growth slows. The entire tree is used. All but the soft core of each tree goes into products. The cores are used as fuel to operate the manufacturing plant.