Marky's launches Karat Caviar, farmed in Israel from Russian Osetra Sturgeons

Written by Simone Zarmati Diament
Posted on Monday, 22 November 2010 20:53

Marky's Purveyors of Fine Foods, one of the largest distributors of caviar in the US, launched its new star product: Karat Caviar, at a presentation this weekend at C-Lounge in North Miami Beach.


Mr. Mark Gelman, Marky's Caviar co-owner

Karat Caviar is harvested from Russian Osetra sturgeons by Caviar Galilee, located at the foot of the Golan Heights. One of the longest running fish farms in Israel since 1939, at Kibbutz Dan, it receives pristine waters from the Dan Springs which receive snow melts from nearby Mount Hermon.

Golden and buttery, the caviar is produced from ten- to eleven-year-old fish. The caviar from each single fish is produced and packed separately to ensure purity, depth of taste and quality.