News from Portugal - Goa chopsticks
The product, created and produced in the town of Caldas das Taipas, appears in the pages of the prestigious Financial Times, in the latest edition of lifestyle magazine "How To Spend It" focused on markets and luxury products.
Goa chopsticks - chopsticks that replace the knife and fork in some Asian cultures -, designed by José Joaquim Ribeiro and produced in Cutipol, deserved a place in the North American magazine, which describes them as "glamorous and glamorous chopsticks, in a conical and with brushed stainless steel tips ".
The publication "How To Spend It" has been considered a benchmark in defining trends and promoting luxury products.
Cutipol is part of the "Guimarães Marca" project.