A plate of Rova Caviar.
"Friends thought we were crazy," said Delphyne Dabezies, one of the founders of Acipenser.
Now her Parisian friends are eating not only their words, but also the subtle flavours of Madagascar's newest delicacy: the Rova Caviar brand.
A short drive from the lake lie the hatching ponds and processing factory, a featureless building where employees in head-to-toe sterile white protective clothing work in a chilled, spotless interior.
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