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Jute

Jute fibre has been grown in Bengal for hundreds or years and traditionally used for rope making and woven into fabric for heavy duty sacks and bags. Locally grown, the farmed fibre is harvested in the monsoon season and the stems soaked to remove the long fibres from a central jute-stick. The jute stick is often crushed and turned into particle board. The long fibres are dried and woven into a beautiful fabric. To the best of our knowledge, we are the first manufacturer ever to consider turning the fibre into a material for coffin making.

Jute