Belarusian black caviar has received the highest praise from the legendary French three-star Michelin chef Christian Le Squer.
The organic black caviar is produced at the aquaculture farm Admiral Husso run by DG Tsentr Company in Dzerzhinsk district, Minsk oblast.
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The high quality of the product was attributed to the transparent water the fish is kept in and the impeccable observance of all technologies.
Vladimir Dovgyallo, the manager of the company, explained that the factory is planing to increase the production of caviar for the premium segment.
The enterprise makes black caviar without preserving agents and with minimal amounts of salt.
Demand doubled in January-March, although it was a dead season, and keeps growing.
“Naturally we feel confidence in tomorrow.
“We are the only company in the entire post-Soviet space, which has passed the European commission and is certified for export to the European Union,” Vladimir Dovgyallo said.
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Vladimir Dovgyallo also remarked that Belarusian black caviar is popular even in the Caspian Sea region where black caviar has traditionally been made for a long time.
The enterprise exports its products to Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Mauritius Island, Sri Lanka, Slovakia, Latvia, Italy, and Germany.