Raw jute in the form of bales are processed in jute mills to produce hessian, sacking, jute yarn, bags, and other useful products.
A jute sack is woven wholly from lower grades of jute fabrics and is usually available as plain and twill.
The latter is produced by passing the weft threads over one and under two or more warp threads resulting to a type of textile patterned with diagonal lines.
Known in the trade as ʺheavy goods,ʺ jute sack is loosely woven, weighs from 12 to 20 ounces a yard and comes in different widths, depending on the kind of goods intended to be packed.
Jute sacks are usually utilized to pack bulky articles weighing 50 to 100 kilograms; more commonly are sugar, wheat, tea, rice etc