The European Union member states accounted for more than 68% of Iran’s caviar exports during the eight months to Nov. 20.

Close to 1.21 tons of caviar worth $624,294 were exported from Iran during the eight months to Nov. 20, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration reported.

The European Union member states accounted for more than 68% of Iran’s caviar exports during the eight-month period.

Germany was the leading importer of Iranian caviar, importing $113,000, followed by Belgium with $106,000 and Japan with $81,033.

The United Kingdom, the UAE, Netherlands and Spain came next.

Exports picked up during the eighth month of the fiscal year (Oct. 22-Nov. 20), when $187,154 worth of the delicacy were shipped out of the country.

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