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Cairndow caviar farm gets council go-ahead

A PLAN to build Scotland’s first caviar farm at Cairndow has been unanimously approved by Argyll and Bute councillors.

The Fynest Caviar Company will now start producing Osteria caviar from Russian and Siberian sturgeon in three buildings on the site of Ardkinglas sawmill at the head of Loch Fyne.

The Edinburgh-based company hopes to have Scottish caviar on the market by Christmas 2020, initially producing 1.5 tonnes of caviar a year, which can sell for more than £1,000 per kilo, and growing up to three tonnes annually.

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