From the interview of Nikita Nebylitskiy RBC:
«I did not even imagine, how that would look like to breed “meat sturgeons”. In Europe hardly anybody could tell me about that. (Note. If somebody breeds sturgeons here that is solely for roe, not for their meat). That is why I went to Dubna, Konakovo, where the first in the USSR sturgeon farm was situated».
According to the legend, one of the founding fathers (radio host and entrepreneur Nikita Nebylitskiy, living in Spain since 2013) wanted to try sturgeon one day. And he could not. There was no sturgeon in Catalonia. As well as in the whole Spain.
You could wave your hand and treat yourself with some sea bass. Or rush to Russia as a gastronomic tourist. But all that was for the weak in spirit inhabitants.
Nebylitskiy came down to the point radically:
He decided to open a sturgeon breeding farm and feed with them not only Catalonia with Spain, but neighbors in the European Union as well.
Nadezhda Kozavkova, the main fish-breeder of the Konakov Plant for sturgeon breeders back in 1979 found out, how to save the sturgeons from dying out and breed them in captivity. It was she who within 10 days helped compose a detailed guide for sturgeon breeding on an industrial scale. Provided by new knowledge, Nikita Nebylitskiy came back to Spain to look for an ideal place for the farm.