The pioneer of farmed sturgeon caviar, Sterling is also a leader in sustainability, its four Northern California land-based farms consistently recognized for their innovations in the sustainable farming of white sturgeon.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (PRWEB) March 06, 2018
Sterling Caviar, the nation’s leading producer of sustainable, farm-raised white sturgeon caviar, is set to present its lineup of products to an invitation-only group of executive chefs, culinary directors and other experts in American foodservice and hospitality during this week’s highly-anticipated Flavor Summit, March 7-9, hosted by The Culinary Institute of America (CIA).
Surrounded by agricultural farmland on the outskirts of America’s farm-to-fork capital of Sacramento, Sterling Caviar has been quietly producing much of the country’s farmed sturgeon caviar for the past 30 years. The pioneer of farmed sturgeon caviar, Sterling is also a leader in sustainability, its four Northern California land-based farms consistently recognized for their innovations in the sustainable farming of white sturgeon (Acipenser Transmontanus). Likened to the buttery texture and nutty taste of the finest Osetra, Sterling Caviar is utilized by some of the world’s leading chefs.
Now in its fifth year, Flavor Summit is expected to bring together an exclusive group of 40-50 corporate and executive chefs, high-level food and beverage executives, and other industry experts with the purpose of taste exploration and discussions surrounding kitchen, dining, and hospitality management issues. The two-and-a-half-day program which begins this Wednesday will include a number of exceptional meals and tastings as well as hands-on educational sessions and seminars led by respected foodservice and hospitality experts such as Phillip Tessier, chef and Silver Bocuse winner, Napa, and Barton Seaver, chef, author, and sustainable seafood expert, Portland, Maine. Sterling Caviar will be represented at several tasting receptions and sessions throughout the three-day event.
“We’re eager to share our caviar with some of the industry’s most discerning palates,” says Camron King, President, Sterling Caviar. “What’s more, we’re looking forward to educating attending tastemakers about Sterling’s commitment to and leadership in the practices of sustainable aquaculture. Participating at this year’s Summit is an honor and an incredible opportunity for our brand.”
This year’s Flavor Summit will be hosted at the CIA’s newest campus, The Culinary Institute of America at Copia, 500 1st Street, Napa, California. More information about the event, including the projected program, may be found at http://www.ciaprochef.com.
About Sterling Caviar
Located in California’s farm-to-fork capital of Sacramento, Sterling Caviar is America’s pioneer on sustainable sturgeon farming and sturgeon caviar production, and is the nation’s leading producer, supplying nearly 75% of its domestic caviar production annually.
Consistently recognized for its sustainable farming practices and long-term protection of the species, Sterling’s caviar is exclusively produced from white sturgeon (Acipenser Transmontanus) – a species native to North America’s west coast. From reproduction to maturity, its sturgeon are raised entirely at one of its four Northern California land-based farms by a committed staff of fish biologists and specialists.
Sterling Caviar offers four premium grades of caviar – Classic, Royal, Supreme, and Imperial – in tin sizes ranging from 30g to 1000g. Until recently, much of Sterling’s caviar was designated for repackaging and distribution through one of the world’s largest and most premier caviar houses. Today, Sterling’s caviar is distributed directly, its high quality quickly making it a favorite among some of the country’s finest restaurants and resorts including Thomas Keller’s restaurant group (French Laundry, Bouchon, and Per Se), Acacia House by Chris Cosentino, St. Helena, and celebrity favorite, Meadowood Napa Valley.
For more information about Sterling Caviar or to purchase, visit http://www.sterlingcaviar.com.
For interviews or media inquiries, please contact Camron King at camron.king(at)sterlingcaviar(dot)com or 916 | 991-4420.