The Sisal produced on our farms in Kenya has been accepted in the industry as being of a consistent quality and produced to a standard higher than the requirements of the Official Standard Specification for African sisal fiber.
Historically, sisal fiber was used essentially for Agricultural Twines, primarily Baler Twine and today North America remains the largest market for this product, which is now sourced almost exclusively from Brazilian spinning mills.

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