Jute is a textile fiber produced in the North of Brazil.
It is organic and sustainably produced by local families in the Amazonian region. The cultivation of jute is a culture fully integrated into the natural biome. It is planted in river banks without causing fires or deforestation, no pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides are used.
Fertilization is naturally done by the humus left by the floods of Amazonian rivers. The industrial process of transforming jute fibre into fabric is hydrocarbon-free and does not generate residues.
Its natural characteristics make the final product fully biodegradable and, when discarded, do not leave any residue in the environment.
Fashion, arts and crafts, interiors, footwear, construction, and many others sectors.
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Amazonian Jute Textiles are produced in the states of Amazonas and Para. It is natural and organic, and it can be used in many industry sectors.