We are recognized as sustainable by OceanWise™ and recommended ‘Green’ BEST CHOICE by SeaChoice & Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch® . Our delicate caviar tastes buttery, nutty with a fresh ocean flavour and touch of salt. Buy Now
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Why choose organic caviar?
Organic caviar tastes better, is safer to eat as it does not contain harmful chemicals, and is better for the environment. We must make a change towards safe and sustainably produced foods.
Our Fraser River sturgeon are ethically raised in land based water recirculation systems re-using 99% of pristine cold ground water collected from the surrounding mountain lakes and streams of Sechelt in beautiful British Columbia.
We feed our sturgeon fish meal and fish oil from sustainable sources along with certified organic wheat. Our caviar is FREE FROM antibiotics and added hormones. We simply us pure Canadian salt to naturally bring out the flavours of North America’s only certified organic caviar Northern Divine.
Enjoy the buttery, nutty fresh ocean flavour and delicate clean finish of our award winning world class caviar Northern Divine.
'BEST IN THE WORLD'
Rated among the ‘Top 5 sustainable caviars in the World’ Travel + Leisure Magazine
CERTIFIED ORGANIC by GLOBAL TRUST
The only caviar in North America that is certified to NOT contain Added Hormones, Antibiotics, Pesticides, or GMO's
'BEST CHOICE' recommendation by:
Seafood Watch® - Monterey Bay Aquarium
SeaChoice - David Suzuki Foundation
Northern Divine caviar is a sustainable luxury produced from Fraser River White Sturgeon on the Sunshine Coast of BC. The colour of the eggs or 'berries' range from rich grey, black pearl, olive to chocolate velvet. Purely refined, tastefully sublime, expressly created for astute palates that wish to embrace fresh sensations. Discover the impressive buttery, nutty delicate ocean flavour of sustainable caviar from the West Coast.
To learn more about protecting the Fraser River white sturgeon visit The Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society.