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  • Caviar is the processed and salted roe (eggs) of various types of fish, with the most well-known being the Beluga sturgeon from the Caspian Sea . Long known as a symbol of luxury, caviar has more recently become a source of controversy in the international food market, as overfishing, poaching practices, and pollution in the Caspian Sea have led to the classification of Beluga sturgeon as an endangered species.
  • Caviar is traditionally served with horn, wood, gold, nacre, or plastic utensils.Commercial caviar production normally needs stunning the fish (usually by clubbing its head) and extracting the ovaries; some commercial fish farmers are experimenting with surgically removing roe from living sturgeon, allowing the females to continue producing more roe during their lives.
  • There are two types of Caviar production process. 1. Traditional Caviar Production Process: It is a process of separating the skin from the salmon eggs using manual labor. A maximum rate of twenty five percent for grade A product is being lost with this process. Less than fifty percent is being lost in grade B product and a maximum of seventy percent is being lost for grade C product. 2. East Point Caviar Production Process: It is a process of separating the skin from the salmon eggs using a machine. The machine is a specially designed tool for making caviar. This process reduces the lost rate of grade A products to a maximum of ten percent.
  • Traditionally, only two nations of the world have been major caviar-exporters: the former Soviet Union and Iran.In the CIS, there has been a shift from local to foreign markets, while Iran has increased the volumes of its caviar exports yearly and now exports about 95 per cent of its production. Current domestic consumption within the CIS is estimated to be only about 100 tones yearly compared to an average of 1800 tones in the 1980s.
  • Among EU countries, Germany was the main importer (85 tones per year), but it re-exported approximately 45 per cent of its imports to other European countries and the USA. France, where pressed caviar can retail for up to US$600 per kilo, is the largest EU caviar consumer with 80 tones imported yearly and 60 tones consumed on its domestic market. The UK (20 tones per year) and Belgium (20 tones per year) follow Germany and France in importance as importers of Caspian caviar.
  • Fish roe products can be extremely valuable. The first level wholesale value of fish roe products in Washington is over $350 million. Currently, the bulk of this revenue is derived from salmon, pollock and herring roe, with increasing income from the sale of trout caviar, a new product in U.S. markets. A rapidly emerging market in the Pacific Northwest is black caviar from cultured sturgeon and other species such as paddlefish, with an estimated first level wholesale value of $200 million nationally.
  • The beluga's caviar is the most expensive in the world and this can be considered the most expensive fish in the world. Like in all fishes, the amount of caviar (eggs) is linked to the female's size: a female with a length of 1.8 m (6 ft) and weighing 90 kg (200 pounds) can deliver 5 to 15 kg (12 to 40 pounds) of caviar. A beluga (the largest sturgeon, inhabiting the Black and Caspian seas basins) female delivered 120 kg (270 pounds) of caviar.
General Information
  • Caviar
  • Fish eggs or roe
  • Sturgeon
  • Caviar: An Endangered Pleasure
  • Fish Eggs For Caviar And Bait
  • What is Caviar?

Processing Companies

  • German Company
  • Company from U.K
  • Company from Iceland
  • USA Company


  • Consultant from USA
  • Consultant from England
  • Consultant from Washington
  • Consultant from Canada
  • Melbourne Consultant

Production & Process

  • Caviar
  • Caviar Processing Methods
  • Boosting Caviar Production
  • Traditional Red Caviar Production Process
  • Overview of Roe Products
  • Production of Sturgeon


  • How To Print Caviar Beads with Union's Caviar Bead Special Effects Kit
  • Do Invertebrates enjoying a taste of caviar?
  • Liquid chromatographic quantification of synthetic colorants in fish roe and caviar
  • The Roe to Health
  • The Canine Caviar Natural Way to Pet Nutrition


  • The Development of  DNA Procedure for the Forensic Identification of Caviar
  • Fish Eggs Spawn a DNA Delivery Revolution
  • Fish Passage Technologies: Protection at Hydropower Facilities
  • Downstream Fish Passage for Sturgeon


  • Alterna Caviar
  • Perle de Caviar Products
  • American Caviars
  • Golden Caviar
  • Caviar
  • Salmon (Red) Caviar
  • Sturia
  • Kelp Caviar

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Caviar Anti-Aging Shine & Define Spray
  • Bead (Caviar) Adhesive Base
  • Alterna Caviar
  • Matrigel Caviar
  • Petrotone Feline Laxative Formula with Caviar


  • Caviar Alternative and method of Making the Same
  • Dietary product similar to caviar and method for its production
  • Process for preparing FoodStuffs Based on Reformed and Cured Herring Roe
  • Medication for impotence containing lyophilized roe and a powdered extract of Ginkgo biloba
  • Method and Composition for Identification of Species Origin of Caviar
  • Novel Method of Storing Processed Fish and Roe
  • Preparing of Caviar-Like Compositions
  • Process for obtaining sturgeon caviar analog, and product thus obtained
  • Introducing Students to Conservation Genetics Using Sturgeon Caviar
  • Development of sturgeon breeding in the Caspian basin
  • Conservation and Sus tainable Use of Biodiversity in the Kazakhstani Sector of the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion
  • Food Processing Technology Fellow Program
  • Israeli Fish Farm succeeds in Producing Caviar
  • Europe falling short in implementing
    universal caviar labelling system
  •  Production of caviar from roe and ovulated oocytes from some farmed sturgeon species

Policy and Conservation Act

  • Food and Drug Law
  • Import Health Standard for the Importation into NewZealand of Caviar for Human Consumption from all Countries
  • Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act
  • Protecting Endangered Beluga Sturgeon
  • Recommendations for Strengthening
    Sturgeon Conservation
  • Caviar and Conservation
  • Animal Quarantine Policy Memorandum

Types & Varieties

  • Types of Caviar
  • Caviar Types and Varieties
  • Americas Finest Fresh Caviar
  • Caviar types and Individual History


  • Accessing New Markets Through a Groundbreaking Processing Method for Caviar and Fish Roe Products
  • Universal Caviar Labelling Requirements
  • The Most Expensive Eggs: Caviar
  • Testimony of Caviar Emptor
    Submitted by the Pew Institute for Ocean Science and SeaWeb
  • Black gold: The caviar trade in western Europe
  • Caviar from farms instead of the seas
  • Market at a Glance Of Oilsands and Caviar and Malthus


  • Caviar and the Caspian Sea
  • Caviar Demand Threatens U.S. Fisheries
  • Making Conservation Genetics
    Come Alive for Students
  • New Caviar Import Measures Protect Imperiled Sturgeon
  • Caviar from farms instead of the seas
  • Biology of the Paddlefish
  • Roe to Ruin: The Decline of Sturgeon in the Caspian Sea and the Road to Recovery
  • Russian Federation Fishery Products
    Outlook for Sturgeon and Caviar Production 2005


  • The Unique Source For Caviar Lovers
  • Guidelines for  U.S Consumers
  • Guide to make choices for healthy oceans
  • Caviarteria Serving Tips & Recipies

Suppliers & Buyers

  • Suppliers from Washington
  • England Suppliers
  • London Suppliers
  • Washington Suppliers
  • Suppliers from Canada
  • USA Suppliers
  • Caviar Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Selling Leads of Roe
  • Global Traders of Fish Roe
  • Buyers from USA
  • Suppliers in the the UK
  • Traders of  Caviar

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