Limits on Caviar Imports Make Room for U.S. Producers

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Expensive restaurants and specialty stores in the United States are now offering fine caviar from Idaho and California. Restrictions on caviar imports from Asia are creating an opening for domestic producers of the pricey fish eggs. Tom Banse reports.



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