RAW FRESH OCTOPUS IN A TRAY (IQF/IWP)

Raw Octopus in a Tray

Top Quality Frozen Whole Octopus Raw

Presented clean eviscerated, classified by size on tray (from No. 00 to No. 4), individually packaged and labeled, with minimum Protection Glaze of 2%, the Maximum Performance on the market.

The raw octopus retains the typical appearance of fresh octopus in terms of consistency, texture, color, smell and taste.

Presentation: Individual Recyclable tray.

Origin: Octopus from Morocco (Dakhla) – FAO 34, Mexico (Yucatán) – FAO 31, Chile and Peru – FAO 87.

Item Weight
(approx.)
Trays

per box

Average weight
per box
Boxes
per pallet
Average weight
per pallet
Octopus Tray  G3S +8Kg 2 17Kg 50 850Kg
Octopus Tray GS 6/8Kg 3 19-20Kg 50 1,000Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 00 4/6Kg 4 19-20Kg 50 1,000Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 0 3/4Kg 6 19-20Kg 50 1,000Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 1 2/3Kg 7-8 19-20Kg 50 1,000Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 2 1/2Kg 6 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 3 0,8/1,2Kg 10-12 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 4 0,5/0,8Kg 12-14 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 4 * 0,8/1,2Kg 10 9-10Kg 72 700Kg

*Dos unidades por bandeja

Item Weight
(approx.)
Trays

per box

Average weight
per box
Boxes
per pallet
Average weight
per pallet
Octopus Tray Nº 2 1/2Kg 6 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray  Nº 3 0,8/1,2Kg 10-12 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray  Nº 4 0,5/0,8Kg 12-14 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray Nº 4 * 0,8/1,2Kg 10 9-10Kg 72 700Kg

*Dos unidades por bandeja

Item Weight
(approx.)
Trays

per box

Average weight
per box
Boxes
per pallet
Average weight
per pallet
Octopus Tray  Nº 1 2/3Kg 7-8 19-20Kg 50 1,000Kg
Octopus Tray  Nº 2 1/2Kg 6 9-10Kg 72 700Kg
Octopus Tray  Nº 3 0,8/1,2Kg 10-12 9-10Kg 72 700Kg

How to prepare frozen octopus for consumption?

Recommendations for use: For a correct octopus cooking, we recommend the following steps

  1. Defrost and wash the octopus.
  2. Fill the pot with water enough to cover the whole octopus.
  3. The water has to reach to its boiling point (100º C), and once it breaks to boil, place the octopus in the pot and let the water returns to boil, then lower the heat and leave to cook on a low heat for about 25 minutes.
  4. Turn off the heat and let the octopus rest in the water for another 20-25 minutes.
  5. The octopus is ready for consumption. Serve according to taste.