Jute is a natural organic fibre which occurs without any special effort in some part of the world. It is perfect for making eco-friendly bags like shopping bags, beach bags and many more. It is one of the most inexpensive fibres that is completely bio-degradable and environment friendly. This gives a wealthy and naturally golden colour to it that is why people call it also as “The Golden Fibre”.This is more popular amongst shoppers for carrying heavy and bulky products such as jute bags and jute rugs. There are different types of jute which are blended with other fibre to craft goods to purchase in several grade:
Tossa Raw Jute- Essential for crafting eco-friendly jute bags
Tossa raw is grown in the territory of India where the climatic condition is favourable. This type of Jute is most commonly found everywhere. Tossa raw jute has a silkier texture and has more tensile strength than other raw jute. It is also used to craft many varieties of jute bags such as promotional bags, shopping bags, carry bags, grocery bags, beach bags and gunny sacks and clothing.
White Raw Jute
Originated in the territory of India,White raw jute developed centuries ago to craft clothing for villagers and farmers. As it was prominently utilised for industrial and personal because of that it got its name as “Bangla White”. Bangla white jute is available in a various category such as A, B, C, D and R. It has various utilisations in itself such as for making rope, twine, yarn etc.
Mesta Raw Jute
Mesta is a composition of both mesta plant and raw white jute. It can be categorised into many different parts such as Mesta top, Mesta mid and Mesta bottom. This variety of Jute has a grade in itself and is classified separately than raw white jute and tossa raw jute. Since our independence, Mesta has become more significant part and has contributed towards many jute bags manufacturing companies. As, it is adequate enough to cultivate in the areas where the climate is not convenient for tossa or raw white jute.
Jute Cuttings are known as the lowest group of jute. We accumulate many varieties of products and use the residual jute of other grades to make cuttings. It can also be a mixture of the residuals. Many jute bag crafting companies use these cuttings to make other products such as paper products, bags, rope, eco-friendly products, and many other jute products.