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It is called Onuga caviare substitute.
Discount supermarket Aldi has decided to rename its cut-price 'Beluga' caviar after food experts complained that it did not meet the requirements for the famous delicacy.
Well known for its bargains, the German supermarket managed to thrill even the most frugal of shoppers with a recent announcement that it would sell the caviar at just £10 for 20g.
But as Beluga caviar retails at £215 per 100g at Fortnum and Mason, it wasn’t long before fine food experts began to question its credibility.
Beluga caviar consists of roe from the Huso huso sturgeon only, as outlined by the World Health Organisation’s codex for international food standards, which also includes guidelines for labelling hybrid caviar from different sturgeon.
had to run to the toilet after reading that one
originally posted by: nonspecific
Slightly off topic but it's my op,
I was once headbutted by a sturgeon and got quite a nasty black eye.
Maybe that should have gone into dougals whats the strangest thing that ever happened to you thread.
a reply to: theabsolutetruth