Abu Dhabi to Record World’s Biggest Fish Farm

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With an area of 56,000 square meters of land, world’s biggest fish farm will be recorded toAbu Dhabi to Records World’s Biggest Fish Farm the United Arab Emirates. The upcoming feat will be located in the emirates of Abu Dhabi and is set to produce lavish Siberian caviar and sturgeon fish.
To be operated by Emirates Aquatic, a company concentrating on fish farming and production of caviar hosted the announcement at Emirates Palace. Information in the commencement includes new UAE brand name of caviar to “Yasa Caviar”, with the maximum production capacity of 35 metric tons of caviar and 700 tons of sturgeon products each year.
Emirates Aquatic said that they used latest technology and best operational practices in the world to provide fresh products throughout the year, reinforcing the status of Abu Dhabi and the U.A.E. as the world’s leader in the production of caviar and the adoption of the latest farming techniques of fish in the world.
The company is optimistic on the launching of the fish farm and Yasa Caviar as a new Emirati world quality product, as the chairman of the company said.