Everyone knows jute. It's the second most produced and versatile natural fibre, only after cotton. And it's actually pretty amazing! Origin & History Jute is originally from India and Bangladesh, where it's known as The Golden Fibre. It has been used by humans for thousands of years. The earliest discoveries were in Asia and Africa, where its stem was used for cordage and weaving fibre, and the leaves were eaten.Chinese paper makers in Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) would use jute, along with hemp, silk and cotton.There are records from the year 1590 AD that villagers in India would wear clothes made...
Thanksgiving is here, and one thing it's known for is food. And along with food, comes waste.
Glass is all around us, from food containers to windows.
It's a material that often comes to mind when thinking about living more sustainably.
So what's the deal with glass?
Let's talk about what are bags are NOT.
Because sometimes less is more.