OCTOPUS

OCTOPUS

Considered the most intelligent of all invertebrates, the common octopus is found in the tropical and temperate waters of the world's oceans. They can grow to about 4.3 feet (1.3 meters) in lenght and weigh up to 22 pounds (10 kilograms), although averages are much smaller. They prey on crabs, crayfish, and mollusks, and will sometimes use their ink to disorient their victims before attacking.

Scientific name: 
Octopus Vulgaris
Season: 
All year round depending on the area
Packaging: 
Packed in IWP, 15-25kg./carton in net weight
Availability: 
All Year Round
Depth of Catch: 
They have been found in a wide range of depths from as little as 5 meters to 200 meters.
Catch Area: 
Tropical and temperate waters, worldwide. Atlantic, Indian, Pacific Oceans and the Mediterranean.
How To Store: 
Whole, ungutted octopus should be stored in bulk in stainless refrigerated containers under controlled atmospheres.
Range of Shelf Life: 
Three to seven days, depending on the quality of handling the octopus has received.
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