Farmed Caviar roe is becoming more prevalent and over a dozen countries now have viable commercial activities in caviar farming. Italy and France are among the most well-established producers in this field.
In the mid-1990s, the farmed caviar industry was nothing more than a few marine biologists with a dream. Today it is emerging as a global, multimillion- dollar business. Sturgeon farms in France, Germany, Italy and Uruguay are investing millions of dollars to expand facilities and to develop new technologies, like microchip implants, to create roe with a pop as perfect and a flavor as buttery as traditional wild caviar's. However, for eco-friendly fine food enthusiasts especially farmed Sturgeon or Paddle fish roe are a scrumptious, crumptious yet delicately sea flavored alternative.
'Banned' is what that means, in this day and age especially if you're caviar coming from the Caspian Coast regions. However, for for the common layman 'wild' means that a given form of animal life is allowed to thrive and exist naturally in its environment with no artificial or human manipulated environment.
This discussion isn't over, by the way.
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