Low on Caviar, World Turns to U.S.

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The rising price and shaky supply of European caviar in recent years has created a boom in demand for caviar produced in the United States. Conservation groups and fisheries experts worry that over-fishing could ravage the U.S. sturgeon population. NPR's Greg Allen reports.



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