I work for a company that makes similar counter boards (and all sorts of other cutting/serving/carving products) in Vermont . All kinds of things can affect the wood, temperature, humidity. If this board came from somewhere with a very different climate to where it is purchased, that could definitely cause warping. But, water is a cutting board's biggest enemy. Wash it and dry it immediately. You should also make sure you give it a little love (aka: mineral oil and a little sanding) every so often.
Lamplig Chopping Board by Ikea
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