Farmer Jacob Prins incorporates a company for oyster farming and trade at Havendijk in Yerseke under the name Jac. Prins.
The lobster firm Jan Prins is expanded with shellfish and crustacean trade.
The extremely harsh winter means nearly the entire stock of lobsters in the Oosterschelde die off. Also 90 percent of the oysters die due to the cold weather. Many oysters breeders stop cultivating, Prins continues.
Together with others Jan Prins incorporates a company for trading in fresh mussels.
Queen Beatrix opens the storm barrier in the Oosterschelde estuary. The preservation of tides and salt water is the salvation of the shellfish cultures.
Commissioning of the revolutionary oyster cutter YE-29 Jacoba Prins, with a fully automated oyster-fishing system.
Prins Holding is the first fish company in the Netherlands to receive the ISO certificate as proof of good and foodsafe production and distribution.
Prins & Dingemanse develops leak-free MAP packaging for shellfish and crustaceans that retains their freshness for which several patents were granted.
Winner of the prestigious Prix d’Elite with the Oyster tasting platter that turns easting oysters into an even more varied experience.
Winner of the Prix d’Elite for the second time, this time with the Zeeland Creuse Caresse - an oyster that is fed in a true ‘wellness resort’ with the best Oosterschelde water and algae. This gives the oyster a unique flavor.
Introduction of Royal Dutch Smoked and Mussels&. Two innovative lines of preserved products, both nominated for the Seafood Expo Global Awards.