Spanish seafood giant Nueva Pescanova remains undecided on which geographical markets it will target with farmed octopus, as it prepares to begin producing the increasingly popular invertebrate in the Canary Islands next year.

Octopus raised under test conditions by the company in Galicia, Spain are now in their fifth generation, meaning the company no longer has to harvest them from the sea to undertake the reproduction process.

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