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Cork Myths and Curiosities

Did you know that a single cork stopper can capture up to 562g of CO2?

And that cork was used in Ancient Egypt and can be used to produce energy? Did you know that scientific research consistently proves that consumers associate cork with high-quality wines?

Find out everything you’ve always wanted to know about cork.

The name Quercus suber L. derives from Linnaeus, who was the first botanist to describe the species.

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