Burlap Bags: More Than Just Your Typical Coffee Container

As coffee consumption continues to rise all through the world, one of the most popular items nowadays is the coffee bag. You can generally find coffee bags in two sizes: the larger bags known as burlap sacks or smaller bags designed for a single serving. To help you visualize exactly what the smaller coffee bags might look like, just find yourself a tea bag since they look almost exactly the same.

Burlap coffee bags, on the other hand, are much larger and are capable of holding coffee as it is transported all throughout the world. This even includes when the coffee is being moved from the farm or the different warehouses. In addition, you can easily identify these coffee bags from their cream or light brown color which often includes an interesting logo.

Burlap bags are made using jute which happens to be a strong fiber material that is tough to break apart. These bags are strong enough to withstand a whole lot of pressure which is perfect for exporters that ship coffee all over the world. They can also hold quite a lot of coffee in them totaling as much as 130 to 150 pounds in each bag. But there are some bags which are smaller that will only hold up to 5 pounds. Due to the fact that these bags carry coffee from coffee farms, they will usually continue to release a great smelling coffee aroma long after the bags have been emptied.

With all of the benefits it provides for the coffee industry, did you know burlap can also be used to stick inside mattresses? This can help your mattress become eco-friendly. Also, if you like to use re-usable bags, then you might be interested to know that burlap is commonly used to manufacture those. These handy bags can be used at the grocery store or to carry your personal items and you’ll still be helping the environment.

Because of their unique texture, there are some people that even make curtains using burlap sacks. Some others like to use them as a barrier for weeds in their flower garden or as an outdoor cover for their patio table. But no matter what they happened to be used for, burlap bags have become a staple of everyday life.

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