SEATTLE CAVIAR ALWAYS STRIVES TO INCORPORATE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES.

OUR POLICIES ENHANCE OUR PRODUCTS, BUSINESS
 AND COMMUNITY.

Growing Conditions

One of the key steps in our procurement process is to investigate the growing conditions for each species. With aquaculture production, we study the feed that is used. With wild or farmed, we address questions related to “where it swam, what it was fed.”

Our Promise

We personally investigate our sources in tandem with the Marine Stewardship Council and the Conference on Trade in Endangered Species to certify our sources and the chain of custody.

Today there are 20 countries producing “farm raised” caviar. Seattle Caviar Company has sourced and tested production from over 80% of these countries. Our testing confirmed that North American caviars are more consistent than any offered from other distant producers.

INGREDIENTS

Roe and salt.

There are no additives, growth hormones, GMO’s, or antibiotics in the feed or farms.

Sustainable Caviar

Osetra

a. gueldenstaedtii

Raising Conditions: Farmed
Sustainable
Origin: Northern Israel

Siberian Sturgeon

a. baerii

Raising Conditions: Farmed
Sustainability: Environmental Protection Agency, Marine Stewardship Council
Origin: Florida

Ikura

o. keta

Raising Conditions: Wild
Sustainability: Marine Stewardship Council
Origin: Alaska

Golden Whitefish

c. hoyi

Raising Conditions: Wild
Sustainability: Fish4Future Certified
Origin: Great Lakes in Ontario

White Sturgeon

a. transmontanus

Raising Conditions: Wild
Sustainability: Environmental Protection Agency, Marine Stewardship Council
Origin: Northern California and Southern Idaho

Paddlefish

p. spathula

Raising Conditions: Wild
Sustainability: Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species
Origin: Oklahoma and North Dakota