Tomberry Pearl Tomato
Cherry pear tomato
Cocktail tomato tiger
Standard special tomatoes
Beef tomato pineapple
Tinkerbell Baby block pepper
Baby point pepper
Magma mild chilli family
Magma hot chilli family
Naga Jolokia chilli
Carolina Reaper chilli
News Eminent Seeds
Eminent Seeds in 2020
In 2006 Eminent Seeds was taken over by the Best Fresh Group. Now with a few years behind us and the financial backing we received we have grown into a professional, modern and ambitious vegetable plant breeding company. We have our own cultivation greenhouse with lighting and a larger modern greenhouse which is divided into four separate departments. We have a GSPP certificate and make use of the latest breeding techniques and equipment.
Eminent Seeds introduces new Sweet bite
High yield, extended shelf life, tasty fruit and labor-saving are some of the specifications of the new baby point pepper varieties from Eminent Seeds. Especially Jan van Heijningen, specialty pepper pioneer and founder of Eminent Seeds, is very proud of the new varieties. “I was immediately impressed by the new varieties when I saw them in the first screening. We have been in the process of developing new (improved) baby point peppers for a while, and these products are promising...” said Jan.
Tinkerbell is available worldwide
Our Tinkerbell is available now in 6 splendid colours (red, yellow, orange, purple, green and lemon yellow). The baby block paprika is grown by only a few growers around the world, the reason being that it is one of our licenced products. If you are interested in this product we have some good news for you.
Our co-operation with Vineland
In October 2019 it was officially announced that Eminent Seeds and Vineland Research & Innovation Centre will be working together to develop, promote and sell tomato varieties for specific growing areas. Ever since this has become known publicly we have started promoting and selling the new varieties from Vineland.
Artificial light trial with Tomberry
In 2019 we began an artificial light trial for the Tomberry at the World Horti Centre in Naaldwijk. The goal of this trial is to establish how the Tomberry react to artificial lighting and if it kept its quality constant under these circumstances for growers. Our vlogger Linda visited the World Horti Center to take a look at this trial.