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July 01, 2003 
Cork lies near the hundred-year-old cork trees it was stripped from, on
a farm in Odemira in the Portuguese... 
Odemira, Portugal 
CENTENARIAN CORK TREES AFTER BEING STRIPPED ON A FARM IN ODEMIRA. 
Cork lies near the hundred-year-old cork trees it was stripped from, on
a farm in Odemira in the Portuguese Southern Province of Alentejo July
1, 2003. Portugal is the world's biggest producer of natural cork, a
time-consuming business which could be squeezed out by plastic stoppers
that are far easier to make and claim to preserve the taste of wine
better. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro PP03070047

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