Finest Fiber Jute (Fiber of the Future)
Jute cultivation is a labor-intensive work and is normally grown by poor farmers. Jute seeds are hand-sewn and harvested 4 months later when the blossoms first begin to shed. The cut stalks are then bundled. They are then placed in shallow pools of stagnant water where they are allowed to ferment. When they have become soft enough, the fibers are separated from the stalks and then hang on lines to dry. After drying, the fibers are sorted, graded and baled for sale. All process is done by laborious work.
Every year around 55 million farmers are engaged in jute cultivation which is their ancient profession. Jute products of Bangladesh are acclaimed worldwide as the best quality jute for its color, texture, luster, length and strength. Bangladesh is holding the first position in producing jute. Worlds 90% jute is produced in Bangladesh. In world’s jute export market, Bangladesh shares about more than 70% which makes Bangladesh the largest exporter of jute fibers in the world. Jute is used for manufacturing shopping bags, hand bags, tote bags, lunch bag, grocery bags, wine bag, conference bags, fashion bags, gift bags, burlaps bags, corporate bags, bottle bag, promotional bags, etc. Jute is also called as the “Fiber of the Future”.