The Octopus is a boneless sea creature that has fascinated people for centuries both on and off its plate. In coastal areas worldwide, it is an essential protein source and is considered by many cultures to be a delicacy. In Southern Europe, Octopus is heavily eaten in countries such as Spain and Italy. The extensive supply of Octopus, however, comes from nations such as Indonesia and Mexico. Growth rates for Octopus are relatively large and have a short life cycle, making them ideal for commercial aquaculture. China & Japan are the leading producers of Octopus. The importers of Octopus internationally are the United States, Italy, and Spain. Global Octopus Market is expected to reach 624,490 Metric Tons by 2025, according to Renub Research analysis.