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Question 1: ________ is the world's largest producer and exporter of caviar (annual exports of more than 300 tonnes), followed by Russia.
IraqIran–Iraq WarIranAzerbaijan

Question 2: The company raises sturgeon in such a way that it has earned an ________.
Organic certificationFranceUnited KingdomJapan

Question 3: Although there is a discussion of its status within ________, since the scales will come off if soaked in lye; however, this does not apply to every roe-yielding fish species.
Hasidic JudaismHaredi JudaismOrthodox JudaismHalakha

Question 4: In ________, a significantly cheaper version of caviar, made from mashed and smoked cod roe (smörgåskaviar or sandwichkaviar), is sold in tubes as a sandwich filling.
SwedenNordic countriesScandinaviaDenmark–Norway

Question 5: A more expensive sturgeon caviar alternative, sold in Sweden and ________, is the caviar from the vendace.

Question 6: Traditionally the designation caviar (also known as perch-bait) is only used for sturgeon roe, namely from the wild sturgeon species from the ________, in most cases from Russia or Iran (Beluga, Ossetra and Sevruga caviars).
Aral SeaCaspian SeaArctic OceanIssyk Kul

Question 7: Sturgeon-derived caviar is not eaten by Kosher observant ________ because sturgeon lack the scales mandated by the kosher diet.
JewsJewish ethnic divisionsAntisemitismSephardi Jews

Question 8: Currently, the dwindling fishing yields as a result of overfishing and pollution have resulted in the creation of less costly, though popular, caviar-quality roe alternatives from the whitefish and the ________ salmon.
Indian OceanAtlantic OceanArctic OceanPacific Ocean

Question 9: In some eastern European countries, such as Ukraine and ________, "Ikra" also refers to an eggplant spread which is often referred to as "poor man's caviar."[citation needed]
MoscowUnited StatesRussiaRussian culture

Question 10: In the vegetarian foodstuffs market, ________-based imitation caviar is produced and sold as a caviar alternative.
PhotosynthesisPlantAlgaeWild fisheries

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