Caviar is unfertilized fish eggs, also known as fish roe. It is a salty delicacy, served cold. True caviar comes from wild sturgeon, which belong to the Acipenseridae family. While the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea produced much of the world’s caviar for a long time, farm-produced caviar has now become popular as wild sturgeon populations have been depleted from overfishing. The highest quality caviar comes from eggs harvested as the females prepare to spawn. In the wild, sturgeon are caught as they move from saltwater to fresh tributaries to lay their eggs. In fish farms, sturgeon will be monitored through ultrasound to determine when their eggs are ready for harvesting. Depending on the size of the fish, a sturgeon can release several million eggs at once. Caviar is a natural delicacy. It is a nutritious food, packed with protein, amino acids, iron, and vitamin B12. Every step in getting caviar to the consumer is part of a delicate, time and labor-intensive process. The demand for real, sturgeon caviar is always greater than the supply. Zarir high-quality Caviar with luxurious packaging makes your dishes tasteful and luxury.