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Chopsticks.

In our range of chopsticks you will find many different options. We have disposable chopsticks at good prices and we also offer chopsticks of the highest quality from suppliers such as Playground, Front of the House and Kawai. Check out our wide range of chopsticks and find a product that suits your business.

Do you need help selecting chopsticks for your restaurant? No problem, you are always welcome to contact our customer service or one of our skilled sales people who can help you with various options.

Different types of Chopsticks

The difference between different types of chopsticks often reflects the specific food culture and traditions of each country or region. Here is a brief summary of the differences between some common types of chopsticks for various nations or cultures:

Japanese Chopsticks (Hashi): Japanese chopsticks are typically thin and tapered, making them suitable for gripping smaller pieces of food, such as sushi or sashimi. They are usually made of wood or bamboo and are used in pairs.

Chinese Chopsticks (Kuai Zi): Chinese chopsticks are usually longer and thicker than their Japanese counterparts. They are more robust and suitable for handling larger pieces of food, such as vegetables or meat. They can be made of various materials, including wood, bamboo, or plastic.

Korean Chopsticks (Jeotgarak): Korean chopsticks differ from both Japanese and Chinese varieties by being slightly thicker and flatter. They are designed to be more grip-friendly and are typically used for eating rice, soup, and side dishes in Korean food culture.

Vietnamese Chopsticks: Although the use of chopsticks in Vietnam is not as common as in other Asian countries, they are used to some extent. Vietnamese chopsticks are usually shorter and wider than Japanese and Chinese versions, making them more similar to Western cutlery. They can be made of various materials, including wood, bamboo, or metal.

In summary, the design and use of chopsticks vary depending on the specific food culture and traditions of each country or region.

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