If you think that making sturgeon Caviar in Yorkshire was a challenge, being the only farm in the World with a licence to produce (no kill) socially acceptable Caviar was a mount Everest challenge.
British sturgeon farm takes first delivery of the five hundred 4-5 foot long Sturgeon required for the production of their “socially acceptable” Caviar.
I wasn't really sure what to expect on my first visit to KC Caviar. I confess, like the vast majority of our society, to knowing little of the caviar industry.
Wild Sturgeon stocks are diminishing faster than ever as the demand for Caviar is growing, which is putting pressure on farmers to kill Sturgeon at a younger age to harvest their eggs. This cannot be sustained.