Cork

Close range: the latest trends in stoppers

The closures industry is a fast-moving one, with manufacturers continually investing in improving their products. Sally Easton MW looks at the current market, and highlights new ideas, such as plant-based stoppers and anti-counterfeiting measures.

Green issues drive innovation in wine closures

The environmental impact of stopper production and disposal is rising in prominence – but how green is your closure?

Amorim to host cork and wine fault seminar

Natural cork producer Amorim is set to host a seminar on corks and wine faults for members of the wine trade in London, presented by Dr Paulo Lopes, key R&D scientist at Amorim.

Cork makers are ‘suffering from Kodak syndrome’

Cork producers are suffering from ‘Kodak syndrome’ and are struggling to accept that the market has moved beyond natural cork, according to one leading closures producer.

The greenest businesses of 2017

December 19th, 2017

China driving a return to cork

September 20th, 2017

Subscribe to our newsletters