Galician octopus, 138 gr, Ramón Peña Oro
What do we find in this product?
Galician octopus medallions (without tails, heads, or pieces) rigorously selected. Slices of the tentacles exquisitely presented. Its skin is removed by hand, with scissors and one by one.
Ramón Peña Gold Series
Tradition defines us. A tradition inherited from a unique way of understanding and living the sea. Generations of professionals who have dedicated body, and above all soul, to value the wealth of the Galician estuaries, appreciated throughout the world, and the Cantabrian Sea. Also artisan work, which has been maintained for centuries and which today is synonymous with quality and excellence.
The history of Ramón Peña dates back to the year 1920. A small canning company in Galicia began with the elaboration of fish and shellfish preserves in a careful way, controlling the raw material from the origin and pampered artisan processes to make the cans authentic luxuries for the palate.
The passage of time has only strengthened that philosophy of continuous improvement and an objective that has remained intact, to preserve the best of the sea in Ramón Peña's cans.
Today, these values remain in the DNA of the company, which continues to grow and bet on Galicia and its gastronomic culture.
The octopus provides us with many health benefits and also has excellent healing characteristics. It is a rich source of vitamin B2, B3, B12, potassium, and selenium. The octopus as food is a remedy to combat diseases such as asthma, arteriosclerosis, bronchitis, cardiac arrhythmia, dysmenorrhea, eczema, macular degeneration, pancreatic insufficiency, rickets and many other diseases.
Octopus is an excellent source of taurine (a sulfurous amino acid) that helps reduce cholesterol in the blood vessels , thus preventing the formation of blood clots in the body. Octopus also helps fight vitamin deficiency and further reduces the chances of developing night blindness. It is a rich source of zinc that helps our body fight against harmful metals and minerals found in the food we eat.