Mussel & Steam production


Healthy and sustainable

Mussels are delicious. And they are also part of a healthy diet!

Mussels are packed with:

  • Proteins
  • Vitamins (such as A, B12, C, and folic acid)
  • Minerals (including calcium, iron, magnesium)

The fats in mussels are unsaturated fatty acids and do not lead to increased cholesterol. More facts about the mussel >

Fresh Zeeland mussels from Neeltje Jans

The fresh Mussels in the Mussel & Steam originate from ‘De Zeeuwse Vissers van Neeltje Jans’.

Certified sustainable

Mussels from Dutch waters are proven sustainable. Only these mussels may carry the MSC quality mark . In addition, Neeltje Jans is certified as a supplier of 100% ‘Zeker Zeeuwse’ Mussels.

Packaging recyclable

Not only the mussels are sustainable. The packaging is 90% recyclable >

Healthy and sustainable

Mussels are delicious. And they are also part of a healthy diet!

Mussels are packed with:

  • Proteins
  • Vitamins (such as A, B12, C, and folic acid)
  • Minerals (including calcium, iron, magnesium)

The fats in mussels are unsaturated fatty acids and do not lead to increased cholesterol. More facts about the mussel >

Fresh Zeeland mussels from Neeltje Jans

The fresh Mussels in the Mussel & Steam originate from ‘De Zeeuwse Vissers van Neeltje Jans’.

Certified sustainable

Mussels from Dutch waters are proven sustainable. Only these mussels may carry the MSC quality mark . In addition, Neeltje Jans is certified as a supplier of 100% ‘Zeker Zeeuwse’ Mussels.

Packaging recyclable

Not only the mussels are sustainable. The packaging is 90% recyclable >

Quickly and perfectly steam the mussels
in the microwave Discover how

The facts

All kinds of facts and fables are circulating about mussels;

  • “Eating mussels is only possible if there is an -r is in the month.”
  • “Eating mussels increases libido.”
  • “It is difficult to properly prepare mussels.”

What is really true? Read all about it in ‘Fables about mussels

Mussels do fit into a healthy diet

A persistent fable: eating mussels would be bad for your health. Mussels contain many proteins, vitamins and minerals. If you compare mussels with meat, mussels are richer in iron, vitamin B and phosphorus. And it has much fewer calories, so mussels are healthy!
Read ‘Reasons to eat mussels often’

How old are the mussels that you eat?

How many mussels are eaten annually? And do Belgian people really eat more mussels than Dutch people? Read all about it in ‘fun facts about mussels

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