Is caviar kosher?

For gourmet food lovers who like to try caviar but adhere to strict kosher dietary guidelines, there are some excellent kosher caviar options to explore.

According to Jewish religious laws, all fish products are considered kosher only if they come from a fish with fins and scales. In the case of traditional true sturgeons, such as the Sevruga, Osetra or Kaluga sturgeon, this is not the case, as all true sturgeons have no scales on their bodies.

However, in recent years, due to the high demand for high quality kosher gourmet products, other fish are now being harvested for their roe, thus providing kosher consumers with excellent options for purchasing kosher caviar. Currently there is Alaskan salmon roe caviar, as well as both black whitefish and golden whitefish caviar – all of our kosher caviar comes with a kosher certificate.

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