Gold Reserve Osetra Caviar Ingredients: Marshallberg Farm Russian Sturgeon (Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii) Roe, Salt.
Packaging: Vacuum sealed tin. Storage: 28°-38°F
Shelf Life: 4 weeks refrigerated. (best consumed within 24 hours after opening). We recommend enjoying your caviar sooner than later. Your caviar will maintain its top quality for up to four weeks when stored unopened and refrigerated. Once the tin is opened, we recommend consuming your caviar within 24 hours (keep refrigerated and/or over ice during that period).
Marshallberg Farm Superior Grade Osetra caviar does not contain borax. We do not use hormones, antibiotics or hybrid fish. Each pure bred Russian sturgeon is one-of-a-kind. Therefore, roe varies in color and size. It is natural to experience some variation within each caviar grade.
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Sustainable American Osetra Caviar
Caviar fans love Osetra caviar for its golden hues, nutty flavor and superb texture. Osetra caviar comes exclusively from Russian sturgeon (species: Acipenser gueldenstaedtii). These fish produce their first roe around age 7. Meanwhile, other sturgeon species mature much faster.
Russian sturgeon are a critically endangered species. Therefore, sturgeon farms are the primary source of Osetra caviar today. Unfortunately, China produces most of the caviar available on the U.S. market. Imported caviar may contain additives and hybrid roe.
However, Marshallberg Farm harvests Osetra from pure bred Russian sturgeon. Moreover, our sustainable farming practices adhere to strict U.S. standards. It is no surprise that U.S. caviar from sturgeon raised via indoor R.A.S. is ranked a “Best Choice” for sustainability by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch. To sum up, Masrahllberg Farm produces some of the cleanest caviar on the planet! Skip the middle man. Instead, buy pure, sustainable American Osetra caviar direct from Marshallberg Farm.
If you are a chef or vendor, you can request wholesale pricing.
Thank you for visiting Marshallberg Farm, the largest producer of Russian sturgeon and Osetra caviar in the U.S.A.