Antonius Johannes Jurgens, also known as Anton Jurgens (8 February 1867 – 12 March 1945) was a Dutch businessman.
The Jurgens family had moved from the neighborhood of Heerlen, in the south of the Netherlands and close to the German border, to Oss, where the family company was founded; they were known as the moffen, a derogatory term for Germans. Anton Jurgens became the pater familias of the company, which would retain its family structure until the fusion with Van den Bergh in 1927.
Jurgens succeeded his father in business at the age of 21, and was one of the main European margarine and soap manufacturers in the early twentieth century with Pieter-Eduard Leverd. 
His whaling monopoly also led Jurgens to be called the "prince of whales".
He died in 1945 Torquay, in England, and was buried there and later reinterred in Poissy, in France, beside his wife and his son Henri, who had died in an accident in 1933. Former politician Erik Jurgens is a family member.
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