Sustainable caviar equals clean caviar. By following health and environmental regulations, U.S. sturgeon farms use state-of-the-art filtration technology to ensure clean, flowing water, while avoiding hormones, antibiotics and harmful preservatives like borax. All Caspian native sturgeon caviar is currently farmed, but not all farms are sustainable! Almost all of the farmed caviar on the U.S. market is from China. Imported caviar is most likely not sustainable caviar, since the majority comes from countries that do not enforce environmental or health regulations. U.S. aquaculture farmers follow strict regulations designed to protect the consumer and the environment. Marshallberg Farm does not use hormone injections, antibiotics or borax in their production. The indoor recirculating aquaculture system has the highest levels of filtration available in the world. This system is extremely expensive to run, but is environmentally friendly. The sturgeon living and swimming in the facility’s R.A.S. tanks are never in stagnant water. That’s why their sustainable caviar and meat have such a clean finish. Did you know that 90% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported from unsustainable sources? Due to lack of environmental and labor regulations, imported seafood is much cheaper than seafood from U.S. producers. However the quality, purity and sustainability is incomparable. Sustainable caviar farmed in the U.S. using indoor recirculating aquaculture systems is ranked a “Best Choice” for sustainable seafood by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch. Eat classy, not guilty. Forget the middle man and buy sustainable caviar direct from the U.S. producer; Marshallberg Farm, NC USA.