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Environment concerns and biodegradability have boosted the demand for Coconut Products. COIR is a versatile natural fibre extracted from meso carp tissue, or husk of the coconut fruit. The husk contains 20% to 30% fibre of varying length. After grinding the husk, the long fibres are removed and used for various industrial purposes, such as rope and mat making. The remaining material, composed of short and medium-length fibres as well as pith tissue, is commonly referred to as waste-grade coir. The waste grade coir may be screened to remove part or all of the fibre, and the remaining product is referred to as coir pith.

Total world coir fibre production is 250,000 tonnes. The coir fibre industry is particularly important in some areas of the developing world. Generally fibre is of golden color when cleaned after removing from coconut husk; and hence the name "
The Golden Fibre".
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