Collection: Royal Sevruga Caviar

Romania has gained recognition as a prominent producer of Sevruga caviar, which is derived from the Sevruga sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus). The Sevruga sturgeon is notoriously challenging to cultivate, particularly after the implementation of bans on wild caviar due to sturgeon decline in the Caspian Sea.

Since the 1990s, the Danube Caviar farm in Romania has been dedicated to preserving sturgeon populations and developing sustainable aquaculture methods. In a significant achievement, the farm successfully bred wild Sevruga and Beluga sturgeon in 2004, becoming one of the pioneering aqua farms to do so. These captive-bred sturgeons have since been distributed to numerous fish farms worldwide, contributing to the conservation of the invaluable gene pool.