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  • How the traditional Thanksgiving feast has evolved over centuries
    November 21, 2023 How the traditional Thanksgiving feast has evolved over centuries
    How the traditional Thanksgiving feast has evolved over centuries The history of Thanksgiving has been muddled, debunked, and rewritten throughout history, but here’s why we carve a turkey and mash some potatoes each year. Every fourth Thursday of November, Americans gather around tables covered with turkey, potatoes, cranberries, stuffing, and more. Over the feast, they share what they’re most thankful for from the previous year. Some also celebrate the day by watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade or a football game or even by running a 5K race. But that’s not how Thanksgiving has always been celebrated. The holiday and the traditions behind it have evolved—from a much-mythologized 1621 harvest feast shared by the pilgrims and the Wampanoag, to a post-Civil-War era patriotic and religious gathering, to the modern holiday focused on good food and spending time with family. The real history of the first Thanksgiving  Historians long considered the first Thanksgiving to have taken place in 1621, when the Mayflower pilgrims who founded the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts sat down for a three-day meal with the Wampanoag. However, the meal wasn’t the meaningful symbol of peace that it was later portrayed to be—rather, it was likely just a routine English harvest celebration. Early illustrations of the first Thanksgiving show a friendly meal between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag in 1621. But that rosy depiction masks a violent history: Within years, the colonists launched a war on their neighboring tribes and ultimately massacred them. ILLUSTRATION VIA PHOTO12/UNIVERSAL IMAGES GROUP VIA GETTY In 1841, Boston publisher Alexander Young printed a book containing a letter by pilgrim Edward Winslow, which described the feast: “[O]ur harvest being gotten in, our governor sent four men on fowling, that so we might after a more special manner rejoice together … [There were] many of the Indians coming amongst us, and among the rest their greatest King Massasoit, with some ninety men, whom for three days we entertained and feasted.” Winslow didn’t describe the feast as a “Thanksgiving,” which at the time was considered a period of prayerful fasting. But when Young published the letter, he dubbed the meal the “first Thanksgiving” in a footnote, and the name stuck. But the reason for that first feast was not a happy one—and the relationship between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag was fraught. When the pilgrims first arrived in 1620, they were unprepared and had little food, so they robbed corn from Native Americans graves and storehouses. In November 1621, the Wampanoag heard the pilgrims shooting off guns—which historians believe worried the Wampanoag that war was underway. King Massasoit sent 90 men to investigate, before realizing the pilgrims were mid-celebration. The Wampanoag then hunted deer meat and joined the festivities. The newfound peace between the pilgrims and Wampanoag was driven largely by tribe and trade rivalries, according ...
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  • Benefits of jute bags
    August 07, 2023 Benefits of jute bags
    Benefits of jute bags Paper Beats Rock, Jute Beats Paper: Benefits of Jute Reusable Grocery Bags Over Paper Grocery Bags Since the 17th century, the West has been using jute to make textiles like the people of East Bangladesh have for centuries before them. Jute is a vegetable plant whose fiber is dried in long strips. Called “the golden fiber” by the people of the Ganges Delta because of its usefulness and cash value, jute is making a comeback in the west as a fiber useful to agriculture and commerce. When used in the production of grocery bags as an alternative to paper bags, jute is both the more environmentally friendly choice, and the more cost effective long term. Here are some points of comparison to ponder: Sustainability Jute can be grown year round, and is harvested every six months. To produce the same volume of wood fiber can take decades and requires much larger tracts of land to cultivate. Jute fibers are tougher and more resilient than paper made from wood pulp, and can withstand prolonged exposure to water and weather. Recyclability Jute is 100% biodegradable, low-energy recyclable, and can even be used as compost for the garden. Paper, on the other hand, takes longer to biodegrade if it is untreated, uses more energy in its recycling process, and for most kinds of paper does not compost well at all. It is clear in terms of reusability and recyclability, jute bags are far greener and possess more ecological benefits than paper bags. Alternative Uses The woody core of the jute plant, called hurd, has thousands of potential industrial and commercial uses. As an alternative to wood, hurd is capable of meeting most of the world’s demand for wood and wood products. Using hurd and jute fibers means that the level of deforestation to meet the current demand for paper and wood could be significantly decreased if they were used as an alternative. Ultimate Benefits of Jute Bags After even a cursory analysis, jute is clearly the superior substance for making reusable grocery bags. In addition to jute bags being sturdier, greener, and longer lasting, the jute plant offers many ecological benefits beyond better grocery bags. Jute can be grown in abundance without the use of pesticides or fertilizers. It also requires less land to cultivate, which means that growing jute preserves more natural habitats and wilderness for other species to flourish. Best of all, jute absorbs tremendous amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and when combined with reduced deforestation jute may help reduce or reverse global warming. Next time you are looking for a reusable bag for groceries or other purposes, choose jute. Choose jute, and maybe change the world.
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  • The Benefits Of Using Recycled Cotton To Make Tote Bags
    August 01, 2023 The Benefits Of Using Recycled Cotton To Make Tote Bags
    The Benefits Of Using Recycled Cotton To Make Tote Bags Cotton is one of the most profitable non-food crops in the world and remains the most popular material in the textiles industry. However, it has many drawbacks when it comes to its impact on the environment. Over the years, as have become more conscious of our actions and how they affect the planet, we have discovered more sustainable methods of growing and sourcing cotton. One such alternative to conventional virgin cotton is recycled cotton. This eco-friendly fabric is even greener than organic cotton and has many benefits that make it a great choice for manufacturing reusable tote bags. What is recycled cotton? Recycled cotton is used cotton fabric that has been converted back into cotton fibers. Essentially, it takes waste that would have ended up in landfills and turns it into a new material that can be used to make a range of functional products. The cotton can come from two primary sources: Pre-consumer waste which includes the scraps left as the by-product of yarn and fabrics Post-consumer waste which includes garments, home textiles and other used goods Post-consumer waste is harder to sort through and requires more labor when it comes to recycling so much of recycled cotton comes from pre-consumer waste. How is recycled cotton fabric made? The process of making recycled cotton fabric falls under three categories – chemical, mechanical and thermal. The most popular method is mechanical because it is the most affordable of the three.   Once cotton has been recycled and collected, it is manually separated by type and color and then shredded into smaller pieces and further still into a raw fiber. This process can be quite harsh and has been known to cause fibers to break and entangle during shredding. Finally, the raw fiber is spun back into yarn which can be woven in the final recycled cotton fabric. Why is recycled cotton sustainable? Recycled cotton is one of the most sustainable types of cotton fabric for many reasons. The biggest and most obvious one being that it comes from a renewable resource and offsets the production of new materials. This makes it part of the circular economy as it keeps materials out of landfills and in circulation for as long as possible. This plays an important role in protecting the planet because landfills take up a lot of valuable land space and they emit harmful toxic gases as a result of the materials decomposing. Furthermore, every ton of recycled cotton saves 765,000 liters of water which is a massive reduction in water consumption. This is due to the fact that it doesn’t require any farming which is a highly water-intensive activity. There are also reductions in the amount of energy and dye used because recycled cotton has already been processed. The material itself can also continue to be recycled and is biodegradable so it has no need to ever end up as waste. What are the advantages of using recycled cotton to make tote ...
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  • Chinese New Year Holiday Notice 2023
    January 05, 2023 Chinese New Year Holiday Notice 2023
    Dear Value Customer, Thank you for your support of the whole year . our office will be close from Jan.10th - Feb.5th for Chinese New Year. during these time , you can place the order online, but all the production and shipment wil be start after CNY holiday . We are thankful be in touch with you in the past years,Hope we have more prosperous cooperation opportunities in the future. Best Regards,
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  • Garment Accessories & Packaging Expo(18-21 Jan 2017)
    May 15, 2016 Garment Accessories & Packaging Expo(18-21 Jan 2017)
    Garment Accessories & Packaging Expo(18-21 Jan 2017) It will be happen in angabandhu International Conference.. |Dhaka, Bangladesh|18-21 Jan 2017 Garment Accessories & Packaging Expo is a 4 day event being held from 18th January to the 21st January 2017 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This event showcases products like Corrugated Carton, Back Board, Neck Board, Sticker, Hang-Tag, Barcode, Size Tag, Price Tag Poly Bag, Collar Insert, Butterfly, Collar Bone, Sewing Thread, Tape, Elastic, Printed and Woven Label, Zipper, Hangers, Buttons, Draw-Cord, Draw-String, Interlining, Tissue Paper Padding, Quilting, Embroidery, Gum Tape, Stopper, PP-Band etc. All sorts of packaging and accessories used by RMG, Pharmaceuticals, F & B Industries etc. in the Apparel & Clothing, Packaging Materials industries.
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  • Welcome To Trendy Industries Limited
    May 15, 2016 Welcome To Trendy Industries Limited
    Trendy Industries Limited is established in 2004, and is a professional designer / manufacturers of dry bag, keychain, shopping bag, jewelry bag, eyewear bag, gift, garment accessories and so on, unique provider of custom manufactured, innovative products for promotion, corporate identity and gifts. We are factory-direct supplier which means we directly represent the factories offering the best price and value for our customers. Trendy Industries Limited designs and manufactures a wide assortment of products ranging from dry bag to keychain, Lapel Pins, shopping bag, jewelry bag, eyewear bag, gift, garment accessories and more… Our team of creative artists and Customer service representatives are good at providing the best in product design and service… Whether you’re interested in selling our products in your retail store, or in producing custom products, try us! Our team of experts will be happy to assist you in your needs. Our goal is to give our distributors the best Service in terms of Quality, Delivery and Price.
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  • Here’s Why Enamel Mugs Are So Good for Camping
    November 08, 2023 Here’s Why Enamel Mugs Are So Good for Camping
    Here’s Why Enamel Mugs Are So Good for Camping Are you looking for a mug that is travel friendly, eco-friendly, and stylish? Here is why we recommend enamel mugs for your next outdoor adventure! Benefits of Enamel Mugs Eco-Friendly Since enamel mugs are reusable, and will last for many years, it dramatically reduces the waste that comes from using disposable mugs. Though they are not recyclable or biodegradable, enamel mugs still save people from using disposable mugs that are harmful to the planet. Plus, when your enamel mug has reached its limit, you can repurpose them as planting pots, home decor, or whatever your heart desires! Durability Enamel mugs are very durable so they can be packed in your camping gear without a second thought. Though, if you do drop your enamel mug it may chip, but, it takes a lot for them to break or shatter, making them great for kids as well! Style Enamel mugs are made of cast iron or steel, then dipped in liquid enamel under high temperatures. The enamel glaze prevents rust and leaves the mug with a classic finish. Because of this enamel mugs can be made with just about any color you like and they all have a glossy finish to them that looks great. Lightweight Since enamel is lighter compared to other material types or double walled mugs, you can easily pack a couple in your hiking backpack with no added weight slowing you down! Versatile Another key feature of enamel mugs is how they can be used in many different ways. You can store them in your fridge, freezer, cabinet, or even use them over the fire for a true camping experience.  Inexpensive This material type is an affordable choice in comparison to other coffee mugs made from stainless steel or glass, saving you money, especially when buying for groups of people. However, with enamel mugs you aren’t sacrificing quality while you’re saving money. Perfect for the Outdoors Enamel mugs are great for the outdoors due to their lightweight, shatter resistant, and versatile qualities providing you with a true camping experience. Zero Impact on Flavor Since enamel does not react with any acids, it will not affect the flavor of your coffee, hot cocoa, or whatever beverage is your favorite at the moment! Dishwasher Safe A great part of enamel mugs is that they are dishwasher safe, saving you time that you’d have spent washing them by hand. Although, it is not recommended to use the dishwasher often because it will diminish the shine of your enamel mug over time. The Best Enamel Mugs for Camping are as below:
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  • A Guide to Eco-Friendly Bag Materials
    July 17, 2023 A Guide to Eco-Friendly Bag Materials
    A Guide to Eco-Friendly Bag Materials Ready to design a bag for life for your business or organisation? There are countless design styles to choose from (which we think is part of the fun and creativity of bespoke products), but have you thought about the material from which your bag will be fashioned? You have plenty of options here, too, including some special eco-friendly materials.  Today, more and more people are looking to reduce their dependence on single-use plastic with durable reusable bags. Why not take your bag design one step further and ensure your bag is made from an eco-friendly material? Your customers – and the planet – will appreciate it! In this post, we highlight a few materials to look for. To start, there’s a few key things to consider when selecting a material. A retail store and blog summarises a few aspects that impact how sustainable and eco-friendly a material is, including:  The source of the fiber, and whether it is natural or synthetic. The resources required to create the material, which may include water, land, and pesticides. The process of creating the material. For example, does it require large amounts of energy to produce? The longevity of the fabric. Will it last? It can be a bit overwhelming, which is why we’re presenting a few of the top options here. Classic Cotton: Look for Organic! Cotton is a perfect bag material on which to print your special logo or message. You can also easily dye cotton to perfectly match your brand colours. Cotton, in general, is machine washable and easy to work with. But, beyond this, it’s also a great choice because it’s a natural fibre, making it more biodegradable than plastics and other non-natural materials. Organic cotton, especially, is a great eco-friendly alternative, as it limits the amount of toxins involved in both the production process and for the bag user.  We offer many cotton bag options, like this classic organic cotton shopper with long handles and a large print area. Not seeing the right design among our stock options? We can help you design a totally unique cotton bag to meet your budget and needs.  Canvas: Added Durability Canvas offers similar benefits to cotton, but with more sturdiness and durability, making it a perfect choice for your bag for life. Canvas is a durable, plain-woven fabric that can be made from biodegradable cotton fibers. As with cotton, it can also be dyed to match your brand colours.  One popular option is this stylish Zoe shopper bag made with premier canvas material. It’s a modern and eco-friendly take on a classic style. This bag features a zipped front pocket for additional storage – notice how the matching coloured zipper blends seamlessly in with the design of the bag for a sleek, clean look to ensure your brand makes a lasting impression.  Jute: Be Victorious with Vegetables! Jute is one of the most eco-friendly materials we offer. Jute is a long, soft, shiny vege...
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