Cacao sacks were originally made from jute, a durable and strong natural fiber. Jute is a rain-fed crop, so it requires little irrigation or other inputs. It also has a short growing cycle, so it can be harvested multiple times per year. This makes jute a very sustainable crop to grow. Jute cacao sacks are made by first weaving the jute into a fabric. The fabric is then cut into the desired shape and size for the sack. A drawstring or other closure is added, and the sack is ready to be filled with cacao beans. Jute sacks have a number of advantages over other types of bags. They are breathable, so the beans can dry and ferment properly. They are also reusable, so they can be used over and over again. And, they are biodegradable, so they won't add to the growing problem of plastic pollution. If you are looking for a sustainable and environmentally friendly way to package your cacao beans, look no further than jute sacks!