China establishes itself as one of the largest caviar producers

It’s almost a decade since a worldwide ban was imposed on wild caviar production. Over-fishing, poaching and pollution had wiped out stocks of the fish whose eggs were a popular delicacy. Today the only legal caviar the rich can buy is farmed.

    It’s almost a decade since a worldwide ban was imposed on wild caviar production.

    Over-fishing, poaching and pollution had wiped out stocks of the fish whose eggs were a popular delicacy.

    Today the only legal caviar the rich can buy is farmed.

    And much of that is coming from an unlikely source.

    Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from China.


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