The History and Developments of Indian Jute Industry

A naturally grown, eco-friendly golden colored fiber, jute is native to India and Bangladesh. Owing to its color and shine, it is popularly known as the ‘Golden fiber’. Its tensile strength, breathability and versatility as a fabric makes it a popular choice for making bags and other packaging materials. Jute remains the second most important

What makes jute the best green crop?

A crop native to Bangladesh and India, Jute is otherwise called ‘Golden fiber’ for its color and market value. The fibers are harvested from the skin and stem of the plant. Biodegradable, compostable, and recyclable jute, ticks all the right boxes when it comes to sustainability and the environment. If you are an environmentally conscious

Jute and the green movement

Time and again, now we hear the word ‘Sustainability’ and how it is crucial to be sustainable in today’s world. It is the ability to exist and develop without depleting natural resources for the future. Sustainability is about managing the triple bottom line, informally known as profits, planet, and people, which refers to economic, environmental,