A friend for life.
With 2.7-million hectares of cork-oak forests worldwide, and more than 725 000 hectares in Portugal alone, the cork-oak tree provides a vital habitat for a range of flora and fauna, and accounts for the region’s rich biodiversity.
What’s more, cork forests retain millions of tons of carbon dioxide annually, making them crucial in the fight against global warming. Without a sustainable cork industry, this “green lung” of the Mediterranean would
Amorim is committed to preserving the “green lung” of the Mediterranean and works with world’s leading environmental protection groups such as the Forest Stewardship Council (in fact, it was the first packaging company to gain FSC status), to ensure the survival of the ecosystems dependent on these great forests.
So by choosing natural cork products you’ll be doing your bit for the survival of a unique heritage.