Dalstrong Announces Partnership with Pine Street Inn
Dalstrong has donated 60 professional chef knives and fifteen professional honing rods to the Pine Street Inn for their iCater program.  A multi-disciplinary nonprofit that helps over 2,000 men and women daily, Pine Street Inn helps homeless individuals in the Boston area move towards self-sufficiency.
Wüsthof vs Dalstrong
Dalstrong and Wüsthof have made names for themselves in the culinary industry by producing some of the most durable, high-quality knives on the market. They share many similarities, but there are also several differences that set them apart from each other. If you’re choosing between Dalstrong knives and Wüsthof knives, read on for a breakdown and comparison.
Where Are Dalstrong Knives Manufactured?

We get it. In a world full of old-school knife titans, we’re the fresh contender, the new kids on the block. Our knife designs are bold, innovative, and exciting. But besides looking fierce, those new to our brand may be asking themselves: Where are these knives from? How are they manufactured? What are they made from? And how do they hold up?

Dalstrong Announces The Launch Of Its Delta Wolf Series
Dalstrong proudly announces the launch of its Delta Wolf Series, a collection of strong, agile, and long-lasting knives that take their inspiration from the Special Operations Force of the same name. 
Dalstrong Announces Partnership with C-CAP
Dalstrong has donated 200 professional chef knives to Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) and has committed to donate 1,000 more in 2021. A workforce development nonprofit that provides underserved teens a pathway to jobs, C-CAP provides culinary, job, and life skills to middle and high school kids across the United States. 
Dominique Crenn : Three-Star Michelin Chef Joins Forces with Dalstrong
In a time when many restaurants are closing across the country due to COVID-19, Dominique Crenn and Dalstrong have come together to unite a struggling community. Through a donation of more than 200 culinary tools — including knives, aprons, and accessories — to Crenn’s foundation, they have supported the effort to feed San Francisco’s homeless population, providing about 2,000 plates a week.