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  • JUTE Bags are eco-friendly. 100% bio-degradable. Jute is a fast growing crop with a much higher carbon dioxide assimilation rate than trees.
  • Jute production creates much needed employment in poorer regions of the world.
  • Jute bags are strong, trendy and reusable.The best polymer for use as a liner for jute bags, is polypropylene of 100Ám thickness at the most.
  • Packaging of agricultural products such as wheat, barley, and pulses in jute bags allows the insect pests to move freely into and out of the bags and results in dispersal of the infestation.
  • The use of polymer films as inner liners of jute bags to enable in-bag fumigation and minimize crossinfestation.
    It is not denying that cost of jute bag is higher as compared to synthetic bag. In fact, Sack Sewing & Finishing Deptt. of jute mills is highly labour intensive and machinery used are very old and low productive.
  • In the early days jute bags were used to be seamed by hand sewing. After the invention of sewing machine in 1846 by Ilias Howe mechanized stitching of jute bags started. Since 1890 lock stitch (type 301) and single thread chain stitch (type 101) were used. These stitches were replaced by overhead sewing machine in 1910 for higher productivity and stronger seam.
  • Till date this system of seaming jute bags is in vogue where productivity level has been increased by more than 400%.
    Jute bags are made generally either in hemmed or selvedge type for packing different commodities like rice, wheat, sugar etc.
  • End use performance of jute bag is much superior to synthetic bag USF of jute like, high tensile strength, low elongation, rugged texture, high frictional resistance, desirable thermal conductivity, adequate air permeability etc. have made it possible to establish jute bag as the most suitable packaging material.
  • Unquestionable eco-compatibility and bio-degradable nature of jute is its another important strength to prefer jute bag.
  • The jute bag that carries 50 kg weighs about 540 g, whereas the Polypropylene (PP) bag that carries the same weight weighs about 100 g. 
  • The majority of Jute bags is produced for the local markets in Asia, Africa and batching oils based on mineral hydrocarbons are still used for the products.

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