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Red Caviar Prices Up
23.07.2013 08:45
Red Caviar Prices Up
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Red caviar has gone drastically up in price within just one month after fisheries reported a lower than expected catch.

      Kamchatka, a region accounting for 40-60 percent of the red caviar production, saw a 70 increase in prices, skyrocketing to RUR 2,500, or $80 a kilo.

      This is partially due to a decline in the hauls of salmon. Another reason is the emergence of a network of local processing facilities, which mean more of the end products can stay in the Far East, say experts. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Kamchatka Caviar    

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