Octopus is particularly popular in Japan, and in many Latino cultures. It is eaten in Greece, Spain, and Portugal. Some species of octopus are endangered but as a whole, in America, I’m inclined to say no due to its cultural significance, or lack thereof, in America. With the increasing popularity of Sushi in America, you could make the argument we are eating MORE octopus or quid. “A lot” is pretty relative.
Most Octopus in the United States is imported from Spain. Some also comes from regions in Asia, especially Japan. Japan imports some octopus from the waters off of Africa, but these numbers have declined in the last few years
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