yesSturgeon / Caviar (Farmed)

Large and slow-growing, sturgeon are a very old kind of fish - so old that they do not have scales. Sturgeon can live to more than 100 years of age and only become sexually mature at 20 years or more. They are harvested for caviar.


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The Monterey Bay Aquarium rates farmed sturgeon as a "Best Choice". The MCS rates farmed sturgeon as 2-3, but wild caught as 5.