There are many different cutting boards suited for different kinds of usage and they can therefore be found in various materials and sizes. For meat, a cutting board with a groove along the edges is well-suited, so that juice from the meat is collected and does not run out over the countertop. For bread, it can be good to have a slotted cutting board that catches the crumbs, whereas onion should be sliced on a plastic cutting board.
If you want the Rolls Royce of cutting boards, you want a proper wooden cutting board made of end grain, since they can self-heal with some love and the right care. A thick and extra nice cutting board is sometimes called a butcher block, and they can also be found in our assortment.