"Caviar Milan wants to bring the True Persian caviar to Europe"

The Iranian coastal region in the southern part of the Caspian Sea are still an intact natural habitat offering the sturgeon of an ideal environment: clean water, abundant nutrition and direct access spawning areas in the rivers. 

Our intention is to keep the road and provide the best caviar for the generation to come by distributing it online and through select catering.

Therefore it is our commitment to make every effort to preserve stocks, water, habitats and the art of caviar production.

Sturgeon belong to those species of fish, which seek fresh water tributaries and go up the river to lay their eggs, they can live 100 years or more and it is therefore not surprising that the sturgeon’s prepuberty phase can last between 8 and 20 years, depending on the genus.

Worldwide, there are at least 27 different sturgeon species.

Five of them live in Caspian Sea.

"Caviar Milan wants to create a bridge between Persia and Europe"  


Water quality is the most important factor for aquaculture. Aquatic animals and fish need to live and breathe in the water. The optimal water quality depends on the species and must be monitored to ensure growth and survival. Water quality can significantly affect the health of fish and improve the quality of caviar and fish meat, as a result it attracts customer satisfaction. Water quality parameters that commonly need to be monitored in aquaculture include temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, ammonia, nitrite, alkalinity, and hardness. Water must also be free of biological, chemical and physical pollution. So we try to find regions that have high quality water and optimal factor for sturgeon to present the healthy and high quality product. Finally, the farms are located near the Caspian Sea in the province of Mazandaran-Sari. Using high quality groundwater, located in the Tajan River basin with a large source of fresh and good spring water. Our sturgeons like to live this clean place. To facilitate water supply and reuse, the solid particle of the water was removed with a drum filter, then treated with ozone and after intensive aeration recycled again. We have several ponds and salt for different stages of sturgeon growth and long-term sturgeon protection.

Models of culture
We grow sturgeon in a semi-closed ground-based aquaculture system with fresh water (15-21 c). Degassing Freshwater and return water filtered from the pond are mixed and pumped into a concrete pond. The chemical and physical parameters that frequently control water quality include temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, ammonia, nitrates, etc. Finally, wastewater is released from the farm into the watercourse after the water refinery.