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The Essence Of Jute Bags

The Essence of Jute bags

To understand what a jute bag is and why it is important, we first need to understand what jute is. It is a plant fibre — long, soft but shiny. One important feature of this fibre that makes it indispensable for human use is that it is strong and coarse and can be threaded into any shapes and sizes. The golden fibre has immense financial worth because of its extensive usage.

Jute fibres are most commonly used for the production of jute fabric. Jute fibres are eco-friendly as they are biodegradable and absolutely compostable. The fibre is recyclable. Thus, like all other things made of jute, its bags are real earth bags. Jute comes next to cotton in terms of the amount of crop being cultivated and yielded every year, and so it’s easily affordable.

Jute bags, like other products, are slowly catching the fancy of designers and people with finer tastes. Jute hand bags, with intricate designs, are earning a place of prestige in fashion high streets.

Jute bags’ utilities are too many to list. The strong threads make tough bags that can endure everyday wear and tear. So, they can be used to carry your groceries. They can be used for school bag purposes as well. You can well take it to office, as those hardy strings won’t easily give away under the weight of your lunch box or files. For shopping purposes, jute bags are irreplaceable, as they are unquestionable better substitutes of non-biodegradable and disposable plastic pouches.

With the touch of an elegant design, jute hand bags can well be teamed up with your designer attire to accentuate your look, be it ethnic or modern, in any social event.

Jute bags are perfect picks for those who believe in progressive and healthy living. Their longer shelf lives make them worth every penny of their prices. 


Jute bags, canvas bags and other textiles made-ups.

Marching ahead on its path our Company is today recognized as an industry leader in manufacturing and exporting jute bags, canvas bags and other textiles made-ups.