Conservation initiatives: kelp caviar

Traditional caviar production kills pregnant sturgeon. Sturgeon, a prehistoric fish, is threatened by overfishing, poaching, and pollution. A decent substitute is caviar made from kelp. Let’s all switch before it’s too late for the sturgeon.

It comes in flavours of sturgeon, salmon, and wasabi and is available online through KelpCaviar.com.

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One Response to “Conservation initiatives: kelp caviar”

  1. Eamon Knight Says:

    Hey, I’ve been not-buying sturgeon caviar for 30 years! Nice to be way ahead of the curve on this one…..
    (I had caviar once or twice. Don’t see the appeal.)


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