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Stop Eating Caviar Now!

by Uldreich Sam Crisostomo August 04, 2017

Stop Eating Caviar Now!

 

Caviar from beluga and wild-caught sturgeon are susceptible to overfishing, according to the Food and Water Watch report, but the species are also being threatened by an increase in dam building that pollutes the water in which they live. All forms of caviar come from fish that take a long time to mature, which means that it takes a while for populations to rebound.

If you really love caviar, opt for fish eggs from American Lake Sturgeon or American Hackleback/Shovelnose Sturgeon caviar from the Mississippi River system.

Uldreich Sam Crisostomo
Uldreich Sam Crisostomo



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