Krajood Handbag ByMalee
The Krajood bag is a product from nature because it is made from the plant "Krajood" - in German "Grey Sedge".
The characteristics of the Krajood plant are its good strength and tightness. It has a bright clean brown/beige color.
In addition, when their dried fibers are braided together in pocket form, the bag is very robust and durable to use.
Marketing: The Krajood bag is marketed under the brand M.G., abbreviated from "Marigold" and means marigold. This name is the name of Marigold Thaimassage from Germany, Munich
The proprietor of that mark is Ms Valinyupa Pongsan (Malee)
Ms. Valinyupa Pongsan has been living in Germany for 20 years.
She has long had a passion for woven bags and recognizes their value. She has always thought about how these Thai high-quality handicraft products can be made in order to showcase them in Germany for those interested and show them the ancient cultural heritage of Thailand. Also that they have the opportunity to buy and use the good Krajood bags from Thailand.
The beginning where it is manufactured and produced -
Malee found many places for the production of this quality product.
Ultimately, however, she found in the province of Nakhon Si Thammarat, place Pa Khuan Kreng, where Krajood plants grow here according to the quality requirement for the production of the bags. The villagers here have been making floor mats, baskets, bags from kajood plants since their generations, e.B. to transport yields from the garden or plantation with the folk wisdom from generation to generation.
The government sees the use of the Krajood plants as very sensible and environmentally friendly and supports the villagers in earning a little extra money with the products after working in the field and thus creates jobs.
In order for Krajood plant products to become so-called OTOP products and for them to be sold domestically and abroad, the government has initiated the marketing of the products on the way.
Mali sees the Krajood bag project as a good answer to environmentally friendly & sustainable demand.
It's another way to reduce global warming (and plastic overflow), which is the current
Situation corresponds to because it is a natural product.
It promotes Thai cultural heritage for handicrafts.
This knowledge is passed on from generation to generation and is constantly being further developed
It is an additional income for the villagers, the product of which comes from their own environment
The villagers in the north are also involved in the income, as the cotton is grown there
Promoting and providing opportunities for those who do not have the opportunity to:
By sewing lining and interlining, as well as making the decorations in a modern look, it is also possible for them to earn income here.
1 € from the proceeds from the bag sale will be donated to the project
"Smile Foundation" in Thailand.
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