In Portugal, the cork oak has been protected by law since the 13th century. With an area of 730 thousand hectares of cork oak, the country is responsible for over 50% of the world's cork. It is not only the reputation of cork wine stoppers as seals of excellence that remained untouched over time. With environmental sustainability at the heart of current concerns, the use of an ecological, recyclable and biodegradable material such as cork has been growing, particularly in innovative areas such as Sustainable Design and Eco-Design. The cork industry is environmentally friendly and cork oak forests prevent desertification and are a particular habitat and the refuge of various endangered species.

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