Your question’s premise is incorrect.
The most well-known caviar in North America is sturgeon caviar, which comes from the Caspian Sea. Because sturgeon are overfished, there isn’t enough high-end caviar to fulfill demand.
However, most caviar is not from Caspian sturgeons. It is a staple in many civilizations, including Russia, the Baltic States, and Scandinavia, and derives from a variety of fish. It’s also reasonably priced.
I occasionally buy caviar (also known as kaviar) at Ikea’s food court. Kalles Kaviar – Wikipedia is a toothpaste that comes in a tube. When I went in Norway on business, I came to appreciate it. Every day at breakfast, it was provided, or at least offered, in my hotel.
On a regular basis, I eat cod, lumpfish, salmon, and flying fish caviar.
It’s worth noting that caviar literally means “fish eggs.”
Either you’ve never had caviar or you should stick to chicken nuggets. Caviar is a delectable delicacy. No one would eat it if it wasn’t. You’ll be happiest if you stick to chicken nuggets or Mac & cheese.