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By: Acadian Sturgeon And Caviar  09-12-2011
Keywords: Caviar

Yes, we proudly produce Canadian sturgeon caviar and sturgeon meat products! Some people believe that the real caviar only comes from Russia and Iran but we have proven over the last years that Canadian Caviar is at least at par if not better than the traditionally known types of caviar (beluga, ossetra and sevruga)! And it comes without the guilt of damaging the environment and over harvesting as it happened in the Caspian Sea. Canadian water and environment is recognized all over the world as being the most pristine you can find and we take pride to use it together with only native sturgeon species to offer our customers the best possible caviar and sturgeon! "Buy Canadian" in our case does applies not only to Canadian citizens but to the whole world and we promise you will not be disappointed!


We produce and sell stocking material (fertilized eggs, larvae, fry and juveniles) for the following sturgeon species:

Common name Scientific name Origin of stock
Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus Saint John River
Shortnose sturgeon Acipenser brevirostrum Saint John River


From wild Atlantic sturgeon commercially harvested in a small, 100 years old, sustainable fishery on Saint John River

  Product   Packaging   Price
  Caviar   Metal tins of 30, 50, 500, 1000 & 1800 g   Shop online or contact us
  Sturgeon fillets   Vacuum packed, loins or steaks   Shop online or contact us
  Smoked sturgeon fillets   Vacuum packed, loins or sliced   Shop online or contact us

                 Shop in our online store! For wholesale discounts and food service contact us.

Keywords: Caviar

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What we do? - Acadian Sturgeon

We are now building a land based grow-out sturgeon farm (on over 6.5 acres of land in Carters Point, with a designed capacity of 165 tons of sturgeon meat and 10 tons of caviar), farm that will include R&D and a gene bank for both sturgeon species available in Saint John River.