Conference room with direct access to the apple orchard.
During Wenner-Gren's time, agriculture at Häringe was a model facility. The breakfast bell rang every morning. In the household school, future housewives learned to clean and tidy, and on the farm, milk was produced so pure and excellent that it was donated to Stockholm Children's Hospital.
Certainly, Axel had learned a lot about agriculture during his years at Separator. It was knowledge he would turn into money. Until 1961, Fulcrum controlled a whopping 2/3 of the Swedish milling industry through Kvarnintressenter. Kungsörnen, with its range of flour and pasta, was one of the companies, but Wenner-Gren also made significant profits from milk powder and infant formula both in Mexico and with the Swedish brand Semper.