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Lumpfish Roe, Salt, Spices, U.S. Certified Food Color, Sodium Benzoate as Preservative.
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I think it is delicious. Not as good as Iranian caviar, but much less expensive, and not embargoed.Published 11 months ago by Charles T.
This is ok for low quality roe... There are way better ones out there that don't cost much more though.Published 21 months ago by G. Uribe
i understand that it is cheap but waaaaaay too salty.
i threw it away so, for that reason,..it cost too much!
That's really about it. It's lumpfish caviar. If you like black caviar, this is a GREAT value. If you don't like black caviar, it's a lot of money for salty fish eggs.Published 22 months ago by Sara Tonin
I keep hoping I can find Lumpfish caviar as good as that I bought in Austria.
Still looking, tho this is good.
Lumpfish? Had the source been a glopfish, it might explain the gooey disgusting conglomeration packed into the jars I received. Read morePublished 24 months ago by J S Bach
Very tasty for the price. I can now start making some comparisons with other caviar that is offered for sale.Published on April 23, 2013 by stephanie summers
This is okay but the eggs are a bit bigger and not as delicate. The price is good though the product is below average.Published on April 21, 2013 by AV
Love love love it.... so nice to have a small spoonful every morning.... Am going to take it on my upcoming 'cruise' ... will enjoy it every morning on a piece of toast!!Published on March 21, 2013 by Ellen Marie