In a context of increasing concern for the environment, cork remains the only tree whose bark can regenerate itself after each harvest – leaving the tree unharmed. It is truly renewable.
A typical tree produces several hundred kilograms of cork at each harvesting and will survive for many generations. The bark is stripped off the tree in sections by highly skilled men using special axes, a traditional manual skill that dates back many hundreds of years.
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