Chroma gained an edge in the knife market in the 1990s and from there rapidly attracted many followers in kitchens around the world. At the heart of this achievement was the ambidextrous Haiku. With its wooden handle and classic Western style, it was the first Japanese knife to marry ancestral techniques and modern marketing.
Following this success, the Design Department of F.A. Porsche called on Chroma to make a knife according to very strict specifications based on the use of Japanese steel and the innovation of a revolutionary grip adapted for professional cooks. Four years later, in 2002, the knife would see its popularity take off.
Since then, Chroma has never strayed from its pioneering role, becoming a major innovator in the field. From its Damascus steel kitchen knives to its professional knives for children learning to cook and its unique titanium ‘spice-cutting’ mill, Chroma has designed products that have attracted the attention of many talented young chefs.
In the Bocuse d'Or world chef championship, Serge Vieira (in 2005) and Fabrice Desvignes (in 2007) won the competition using their favourite Haiku knives. In 2007, 70% of the Bocuse d'Or competitors chose Chroma knives to prepare their entries.
Chroma knives include: Haiku, Haiku Damas, Haiku Kurouchi, Haiku Pro, Haiku Itamae, Type 301 Design by F.A. Porsche, Chroma Tradition, Japan Chef, Captain Cook, CCC Sebastian Conran, Pro-Cute, Zen-Sation.
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