The outbreak served as a rude awakening for some that food safety is still something worth caring about. In the 1980s, salmonella poisoning presented itself as a threat to people eating undercooked eggs; since then parents have taught their top chef toddlers both to avoid licking the batter beaters when raw eggs are involved and to wash their hands every time they touch raw chicken.
The boards fit neatly into a non-slip ABS filing case and are made of dishwasher-safe polypropylene. They cost $85.00 for the set of four at the MoMA store online. They're expensive, but if you think about how long they'll last (since you're dividing up your cutting between them) and how cute they look, they just might be worth the investment.