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The Jute Revolution: Why Every Exporter and Importer Needs to Know About This Game-Changing Material!

Unveiling the Untold Story of Jute: The Hidden Gem of the Export-Import World!

Welcome to the series of Incredible Bharat, truly presented by Growth Biz. Today’s video is all about the wonders of Jute. Introduction: Jute, also known as the “Golden Fiber,” has been an integral part of India’s economy for centuries. It’s eco-friendly, versatile, and plays a significant role in various industries. Facts about Jute: India is one of the largest producers of jute globally, with an annual production of [384.1] Lakh tons. India exported over 38 billion rupees of jute goods during financial year 2022, which was an increase from the previous year. Did you Know? Jute has been used for making textiles in the Indus valley civilization since the 3rd millennium BC. In classical antiquity, Pliny recorded that jute plants were used as food in Ancient Egypt. It may have also been cultivated by the Jews in the Near East Jute is used to create a wide range of products, including bags, carpets, textiles, and handicrafts. Its history dates back to ancient times, where it was used for packaging and textile purposes. Did you know? West Bengal is the state that grows the maximum amount of jute in India, contributing significantly to the country’s jute industry. Stay tuned with Growth Biz for more insightful content on fascinating topics like Jute and its impact on India’s economy and sustainability.

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