Inside Europe’s Biggest Caviar Farm

Inside Europe’s Biggest Caviar Farm

Agroittica Lombarda Group in northern Italy produces 15% of the world’s caviar. The most expensive caviar produced here, Beluga, cost $5,700 per kilogram. The group is split into two companies: Ars Italica Caviar and Calvisuis Caviar. We visited Ars Italica’s farm, where there are four species: Russian sturgeons, starred sturgeons, Adriatic sturgeons, and sterling sturgeons in the albino variety.

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Inside Europe’s Biggest Caviar Farm


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  • Howie Grossman on February 14, 2020

    Prices should be less And quantity should be more in the story

  • Captain LazyArtist on February 14, 2020

    They kill the fish as soon as there’s eggs

    Then they wonder why they’re going extinct

  • Mauricette Marche on February 14, 2020

    Je vais avoir 77 ans je n'ai jamais goûté le caviar j'aimerais bien avant que ma vie se termine pour savoir le goût quand ont n'a pas d'argent ont se contente des œufs de lumps ??

  • Don Rob on February 14, 2020


  • DJazz418 Underground Sounds on February 14, 2020

    They are not going instinct. Big caviar producers or big Businesses only say that so people won't go out and get them because here in this video literally explain to you every step to produce good caviar. People any people willing can and will make caviar.

  • Christian Szilagyi on February 14, 2020

    And the fish must to die?
    I dont like caviar.

  • Joaquim the Cossack on February 14, 2020

    Biggest caviar farm in Europe: Exists

    Russian people: Heavy Slavic breathing intensifies

  • KELAKUAN BOCAH on February 14, 2020

    Kumaha rasana etateh

  • Floren M on February 14, 2020

    Poor fish.

  • vxCOCOxv on February 14, 2020

    People, are WEIRD.
    So nasty eating another animals reproductive eggs, just WTF?

  • Zain Pakistani on February 14, 2020

    It's looking ugly ?

  • TTV IXPanda on February 14, 2020

    Plot twist it’s not eggs it’s their shit ??

  • darlay jones on February 14, 2020

    I'm now eating the BULL SHARK CAVIAR for stemina. To me It's the best of all those expensive and fake ones they're showing now.

  • ROBBANKS666666 on February 14, 2020

    Why can’t they still squeeze the fish anymore to get the eggs?

  • viziunz13 V13 on February 14, 2020

    disgusting. right up there with eating snails and bugs

  • viziunz13 V13 on February 14, 2020

    how about eating the fish

  • Lala Kumar on February 14, 2020

    People kill for tastes, caviar should be called fish eggs, rather then giving fancy name.

  • Angelo Provido on February 14, 2020

    What happens to the killed sturgeons? Discarded?

    I hope they use no kill method for harvesting the roe

  • Bad Donkey on February 14, 2020

    It's gonna suck if another simien speices evolves and starts farming the shit outta us like this

  • Bad Donkey on February 14, 2020

    Ppl get just as crazy for paddlefish caviar everytime the spoonbill are runnin here in oklahoma, but at least we eat the whole damn fish too…

  • Gowtham Kumar on February 14, 2020

    The thing I liked the most in this video was the accent of that Italian

  • G Games on February 14, 2020


  • Catherine on February 14, 2020

    Caviar and lobster are overpriced and have been since some greedy idiot decided that they were. Lobster was a poor man’s food for more than a hundred years.

  • Abhishek Shukla on February 14, 2020

    boner alert

  • Minnow Red on February 14, 2020

    So what do they do on the fish where the eggs extracted from?

  • Gaudium Felidae on February 14, 2020

    hahahaha the fish has 200 times more evolution than humans well we actualy evolved they stayed the same but the 200 times got me like it means something. every fisherman is evolution expert nowdays

  • Jay VFX on February 14, 2020

    i literally forgot caviar existed

  • honorarysnowbunny on February 14, 2020

    2:19 NOOT NOOT

  • Nickyhasnolife on February 14, 2020

    They are using metal spoons to scoop it, yet people say u should it it with wooden spoons cuz metal affects the taste?

  • Groovy Dude on February 14, 2020

    It's such a shame that they have to kill the fish to collect the eggs. One would think did they would figure out a way to milk the sturgeon and make it reproduce over and over. Seems like such a waste to me.

  • Daniel Barrios on February 14, 2020

    Why not mass breed and release to repopulate if available with that many eggs per fish? 1 year wouldn't hurt anyone but can help their population.

  • Bang Stray on February 14, 2020

    Jang man wol is on her way

  • KAUSHIK KUMAR on February 14, 2020

    Fish eggs are fried and eaten in India

  • Murcia on February 14, 2020

    fried chicken taste better

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