Hessian Versus Jute - Fresh News

by Wendy Paulucci on July 16, 2018

Hessian Vs Jute

Are you confused about Hessian versus Jute bags? Do you trawl through Google trying to find hessian shopping bags or jute shopping bags and think they may be the same product? We here at Fresh News think the same as you. They are actually the same product just different words for our most popular bag!

Educalingo defines Hessian as:

Hessian /ˈhɛsi.ən/, or burlap in the US and Canada, is a woven fabric usually made from skin of the jute plant or sisal fibres, or may be combined with other vegetable fibres to make rope, nets, and similar products. Gunny cloth is similar. Hessian, a dense woven fabric, has been historically produced as a coarse fabric, but more recently it is being used in a refined state known simply as JUTE as an eco-friendly material for bags, rugs, and other products.

So what is the difference? Absolutely nothing, for us here at Fresh we have both The Jute Shopper and The Hessian Shopping Bag check them out with the links provided!



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