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Cloth and jute materials are often preferred for presentation of home textile products, as well as their manufacturing. These materials, which recall comfort and convenience thanks to texture close to fabric, also harmonize with packaging contents. Jute is a good alternate to widely used cloth packaging. Jute originates from East India. It is an annual fibrous plant that grows in tropical regions. It is grown in order to produce jute fibers, where its name derives from. Production of jute requires fine workmanship. It is predominantly produced in India and Pakistan. The fibers are very fine, so they are often preferred in the textile industry. Both of these product groups are eco-friendly and suitable for recycling.

People, who are becoming aware of the nature’s value, prefer recyclable products and clean production. Therefore, cloth and jute packaging is becoming increasingly popular and mostly preferred products.

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