The Washington Post
By Laura Reiley
April 22 at 7:00 AM

FORBES, by Priya Shukla, Contributor
I write about the ocean, climate change, and the future of our planet.

Marky’s Caviar, a Florida company, opens a New York branch.
A Caviar Shop With a Tasting Menu, on the Upper East Side.

By Florence Fabricant, The New York Times.

by Jenny Splitter
Contributor, Food & Drink
FORBES

“For the last 35 years, we’ve been in the business of importing and distributing caviar,” begins Mark Zaslavsky, a Ukrainian emigre and an owner of Sturgeon Aquafarms, a Florida-based caviar aquaculture facility that counts the rare and prized beluga variety amongst its offerings.

BASCOM, MIAMI, October 22, 2018.

Sturgeon Aquafarms LLC, the exclusive aquaculture facility in the possession of the Caspian Beluga sturgeon (Huso huso) in the United States and the largest Beluga fish farm in the world, together with Marky’s Caviar, it’s exclusive distributor of Beluga caviar in the US, today jointly announced that a planned sustainable production of the world renown Beluga caviar for the 2018 holiday season would be reduced due the aftermath of hurricane Michael.

“This extremely powerful storm, that recently swept Northern Florida, caused widespread damages, including electrical power outages leading to a disruption of our 2018 production cycle.” – said Mark Zaslavsky, Managing Partner of Sturgeon Aquafarms LLC and CEO of Marky’s Caviar. “Despite this extraordinary situation, we are committed to delivering our first harvest of this locally produced highest-quality Beluga caviar. We are doing everything possible so the gourmet food lovers from around the world can enjoy this exclusive delicacy.”

By Cliff White
October 24, 2018

Sturgeon Aquafarms, which produces caviar and sturgeon meat at its farm in Bascom, Florida, suffered extensive damage during Hurricane Michael, forcing a reduction of its production of beluga caviar in advance of the 2018 holiday season.

Marky’s Caviar, a leading distributor in the caviar and gourmet food industry, is proud to announce its annual participation in the Summer Fancy Food Show, the largest gourmet food exhibition in North America.

Friday TV channel is one of the most famous entertainment TV channels in Russia. "Miami, I love you" is all about this beautiful city, its authors came to visit Marky's Beluga Caviar Bar - unique Miami's caviar store in luxury Aventura Mall - and talked to Mark Zaslavsky, founder of Marky's.

Mark Zaslavsky and Mark Gelman became experts in caviar in their travels around the world. They are owners of Marky's, Sturgeon AquaFarm, and Beluga Caviar Bar & More.

ARTICLE FROM "El Nuevo Herald" by IVONNE GÓMEZ (in Spanish)

First London food, a specialty smoked fish favoured by gourmet chefs, to join the likes of champagne and Parma ham to gain PGI status.

Iggy Azalea once said the very wise words, “I’m so fancy, you already know.” Fancy is exactly how you’re gonna feel when you go food shopping at one store in South Florida. Nothin’ boring there! Ashley Morrison has more on this very cool place.