Burlap also called hessian is woven from plants usually the jute plant and sisal fibres, and is also combined with other plant fibres to make rope, nets, tote bags, even clothing products.

Burlap is a densely woven fabric,.that has always been produced as a coarse fabric, but recently it has been refined simply as jute, an eco-friendly material for bags, rugs, and other products.

The name burlap has no none point of origin. However, the name "hessian" is associated with its use. Originally used as part of the uniform of German soldiers.

Jute, used in burlap is a soft shiny plant fiber that may be spun either coarse or soft. The threads are strong. Jute is also used to make hessian or gunny cloth.
Jute's affordable natural fibers are second only to cotton in the quantity produced and variety of uses for plant fibers.

In the 1800s burlap had an extensive use as large farm bags for grain and other produce. Burlap originated from India primarily as backing for rugs and carpet.

In today's world going green is the future model of good business sense. Societies are sending a direct message of green to people of companies worldwide.
Paper or plastic is making way for the reusable shopping bag made with natural products.
Customers are now using eco-friendly brands and are looking more toward doing business with green companies. Companies are promoting an eco-friendly policy with their own brand or a logo on custom reusable bags, promotional pens, stainless steel coffee mugs, water bottles.

Many stores have their own brand of eco-bags like the large box stores. They may even market other name brands with one or more of the eco-friendly logos. Specialty shoppes will carry them as well. Burlap totes wholesale can be purchased factory direct to your specifications.
These bags come in such a variety of sizes, color, shapes, and designs. Now handbags are becoming a fashion statement. Bookbags made with eco-friendly materials are making their way on to the scene. Buying burlap totes wholesale is also a great business promo.

Wicker is another natural material use in making furniture, towels and handbags. Though it has survived for thousands of years, today it was never really a part of the green movement. Now plastics are the new wicker. This does not bode well with the environmentalist, however, some groups are starting to repurpose it as part of the eco-friendly movement.