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Loch Fyne caviar farm faces decision

A CONTROVERSIAL plan to build a £4m caviar farm – Scotland’s first – at the head of Loch Fyne was due to face Argyll and Bute Council’s planning committee yesterday, Wednesday, after it was recommended for approval by officers.

The Fynest Caviar Co. applied to produce Osteria caviar from Russian and Siberian sturgeon in ‘a closed containment aquaculture facility’ in three buildings at Ardkinglas Sawmill, Cairndow. According to planning documents, the caviar is expected to sell for £1,000 per kilo.

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