“The octopus (Octopus vulgaris) is a cephalopod, characterised by its eight tentacles which have two rows of suckers. It lives among the rocks along the coast, at depths of less than 200 m.
Its diet includes mainly bivalves, fish and small crustaceans. It is caught using special traps.”
Frinsa octopus comes exclusively from Galicia. It is prepared using the tentacles of the mollusc, which are cut by hand and canned, adding only olive oil to enhance its genuine and authentic flavour.
Conservation and Consumption
“Store in a cool place.Can be eaten alone, straight from the can.
They make an excellent aperitif.They are delicious with a little paprika (sweet or hot), as required.”
Energy: 132 Kcal / 560 kJ
Proteins: 26,8 g
Fats: 1,5 g
Of which saturated fats are: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 2,9 g
Of which sugars are: 0 g
Fibre: 0 g
Sodium: 0,59 g
Natural source of protein
Low in saturated fats