December 30, 2016

Leeds, Yorkshire


  • British sturgeon farm takes first delivery of the five hundred 4-5 foot long Sturgeon required for the production of their “socially acceptable” Caviar.
  • Customers love our new radical transparency process that allows them to connect with the sturgeon that supplied the eggs to make the Caviar in the can on the table.
  • The eggs will be “harvested” through a unique No-kill, no cruelty, socially acceptable patented process.
  • Premier farming Yorkshire is the UK’s only Sturgeon hatchery to retirement Caviar farm.
  • The only Caviar farm in the world licenced to use the Patented socially acceptable process.
  • This farming facility will create a Paradigm shift on sturgeon farming in the future and eventually on wild sturgeon stocks.
  • British chefs cannot wait to get this product on the menu.
  • Traditional sturgeon farms around the world will kill 3 million sturgeon to reach their 2020 production target-KC will achieve it’s target from just 500 females, which will still be alive in 2030 and beyond.
  • The farm constructed in newly adapted premises on the outskirts of Leeds, specifically designed to house over 1 million litres of filtered Yorkshire spring water, for the 500 fully mature female Sturgeons and a state-of-the-art Caviar production unit.


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This article was written for The Times by Valentine Low with images from Charlotte Graham/Guzelian


This video was produced for The Yorkshire post by James Hardisty


This article was written by Guardian reporter with cracking images from Victor de Jesus


This article was produced using KC Caviar owned images


This article was produced by Andrew Robinson using KC Caviar owned images


Yorkshire post – James Hardisty @snapperjim



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