About Jute
  1. Eco-Friendly, Non-Polluting, Bio-Degradable, Non Toxic, Natural product.
  2. Easily available in all seasons.
  3. Does not need any technical skill or complications.
  4. Does not contain any chemical or acids.
  5. Non perishable in nature.
  6. Zero wastage in production.
  7. No high cost machinery required for production.
  8. No need for high power electricity connections, just domestic power supply will do.
  9. Most suitable for ladies.
  10. Easy handling.
  11. Easily marketable. Jute is growing in demand.
  12. Availability of raw materials on subsidy through JRMB scheme.
  13. Jute training helps them to make cotton bags and accessories.
  14. Good scope for higher profit margins.
  15. No need for heavy capital requirement.
  16. Usage of jute bags will reduce the usage of plastic bags.
  17. Eligibility to be benefited under DC handicrafts schemes.
  18. Medical and life insurance cover under DC handicrafts.
  19. Eligibility to participate in all handicrafts exhibitions and fairs conducted by Govt. of India.
  20. Encouraging prospects for export opportunities.
  21. And many more……

Jute is a natural fibre with golden and silky shine and hence called The Golden Fibre. It is the cheapest vegetable fibreprocured from the bast or skin of the plant's stem and the second most important vegetable fibre after cotton, in terms of usage, global consumption, production, and availability. It has high tensile strength, low extensibility, and ensures better breath ability of fabrics.

Jute fibre is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmentally friendly. It is one of the most versatile natural fibres that has been used in raw materials for packaging, textiles, non-textile, construction, and agricultural sectors. It helps to make best quality industrial yarn, fabric, net, and sacks.

The story of Jute
A substantial industry, employing millions of people, has developed around the production of fine quality Jute. Grown mainly in India , on small family owned plots around the Ganges River Delta, Jute is obtained from two varieties of plant: Corchorus Capsularis and Corchorus Olitorus. It is a natural bast fibre composed of cellulose (the main building material of all plants) and is totally biodegradable. This fibre grows the entire length of the plant stalk from root to top - some can be 10 - 15 feet (3 - 4.5 metres) in length.

Harvested from July to October when the plant is in flower, or when the seed pods are just forming, the long reed like stalks are hand cut and left to dry naturally before the leaves are removed. To extract the fibres, the surrounding bark and pith have to be decomposed. This is achieved by soaking the stalks in ponds or slow moving streams to induce a fermentation process known as 'retting'. This process lasts approximately three weeks after which the fibres are easily stripped from the core by hand.

Hanks of silky jute fibres are separated. Raw jute stacked high on its way from the stems after soaking to the mill..

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98, T.T.K. Road Alwarpet,
Chennai - 600 018.
(Near S.I.ET. College Road, T.T.K. Road Junction)
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