Fancy Jute Bags

Facts About Jute and Importance of Jute Bags

Jute is a very important crop grown in West Bengal. It has plenty of uses. Jute bags are also very useful and long lasting.

We all know that how jute is spun and can be weaved into strong threads. This natural fiber ranks just after cotton and requires alluvial soil. It us used to make a number of things:

  1. Mats, Carpets, Rugs
  2. Ropes
  3. Clothes
  4. Bags
  5. Shoes
  6. Curtain
  7. Sacks and etcetera.

Many people think that there are better materials than jute and hence replace it with synthetic stuff. However, in the long run, one big advantage of jute is – it is biodegradable. The seed from which it grows, it can be recycled again and again.

As a result this advantage takes an upper hand. Home textiles in jute are also very popular.

Jute bags have been in demand for quite sometime now. They are earth bags and naturally green. If you visit a jute bags exporter in Kolkata, then you will see that they manufacture different kinds of bags. Some of them include: bags for carrying textbooks, shopping bag, lunch bag and of course there is the general or primary bag.

jute shopping bags

image od lunch bag of jute

jute bag for shopping

This material is particularly good for carrying quite some load. They do not get torn easily and last long. The bags are available in many different sizes, shapes and colors. As a result, you can team it up with both western and Indian style.

Using jute ensures healthy living and progressive living. If you are in the habit of using it, it shows how much you care about the environment. To maintain the ecological balance, you need to do your bit. It is certainly a useful substitute of plastic bags. According to your taste and preference, you can choose a jute bag. They can be used for daily usage purpose.

Thus, people should understand the importance of this crop and take measures to safeguard its cultivation and make use of HYV seeds.


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