Confirmation that KC leads the world in Ethical and sustainable Caviar production.
Michelin star chefs across the country are endorsing the quality every week.
The media interest has been phenomenal, with articles every month both local and National. Live radio and coverage by several TV programs, with "Countryfile" in April and "Back to the land" in May.
Marketing for this year will see KC at the Great Yorkshire show and at every stage of the Tour de Yorkshire. With events planned for London, later in the year.
We have a significant order confirmed with a Super market chain for next Christmas and interst from high profile London stores.
We estimate that by 2020 there will be 3million 5-6 year old sturgeon killed by the traditional producers, in an effort to meet the increasing demand for Caviar. Why? Money!
The KC process involves naturally spawnedeggs which are harvested and turned into Caviar, year after year, until that fish is eventually retired into a protected conservation lake or river.
Production is currently from our farm on the outskirts of Leeds, with plans to open 3-4 more farms around the UK and Ireland on a Franchise/partnership basis. Targetting markets such as China, USA, Europe over the next 2-3 years, not forgetting the UK client base.
Mark is planning to have some farm open days during the summer months. More details later.
With just a few short weeks to go until Christmas, you’d better start planning what you’re going to get your nearest and dearest… and if there’s a foodie in your life, what better idea than to buy UK caviar to put in their stocking as a little treat?
The caviar we have for sale here at KC Caviar is produced from mature Siberian sturgeon, with silky mid-sized pearls that are renowned for their delicious aromatic flavour and an aftertaste that differs delightfully from fish to fish. As Christmas presents go, this really is something quite special.
But what else should you put in the stocking to complement your little caviar dish? Well, a nice bottle of wine is always a good idea (although hard to wrap so that it’s a surprise). If you’re looking for a nice bottle, something like a light, crisp chardonnay will go incredibly well – and not just with your caviar, but with any seafood you’re planning on enjoying this holiday season.
Or you could be somewhat avant-garde in your thinking and pop a bit of chocolate in the stocking to go with the caviar. You might not think they’d go together particularly well but it could be a very pleasant surprise indeed. Take a look at this little recipe on the Guardian website for something you could try together on Boxing Day.
And what about thinking outside the box and getting your lucky recipient some caviar-based skincare products? Caviar has long been used to help people achieve a beautiful youthful glow – and it’s a great choice if you’re keen to continue your caviar theme with your Christmas stocking shopping this year.