Coconut husks are made of bristle fiber (10), mattress fiber (20%) and coir dust and wastes (70%). The stable supply of the coconut fiber makes it good material for making brushes, doormats, carpets, ropes, yarn fishing nets, and mattresses.
Today, coconut husk is now an additional source of income for the farmers. In the past, the farmers just leave the coconut husk in their farms or just burn it. In order to help alleviate the living condition of the farmers so they could live a relatively comfortable life within the context of the local area, meaning-having a decent house, a generous amount of food, health care, and education for their children, and some disposable income, Royce Food set-up it coconut coir factory to process these waste products into exportable coconut fiber.
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