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How China became a caviar powerhouse

Zhejiang-based Kaluga Queen, the world's largest producer of the delicacy, has a 30% global market share and been growing at an average of 20% annually

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At full capacity, Kaluga's state-of-the-art processing plant, set up in 2008, will be able to produce 300 tonnes of caviar a year, more than three times its current production levels.

Beijing

AT CHINESE caviar firm Kaluga Queen, the world's biggest producer of the delicacy claims to have perfected the art of caviar processing.

"Everything is meticulously controlled, from the temperature of the water and the room, to the cleaning and salting of the eggs," said...