Prince Daniel visits Samhall in Hägersten

Prince Daniel with employees at Grönsakshallen. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

Christer Läckgren, CEO of Grönsakshallen, gives a tour. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

The Prince speaks with Karina Olsson. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

Benjamin Yaro explains about working at Grönsakshallen. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

On Thursday 5 June, Prince Daniel visited Samhall's customer company Grönsakshallen Sorunda in Hägersten, south of Stockholm.

The Prince was met by Grönsakshallen's Director Christer Läckgren and Marketing Manager Nina Westerlind. During his visit, The Prince met employees and found out about Samhall's partnership with the company.

Grönsakshallenexternal link, opens in new window was founded in 1985 by grocer Gunnar Netz, and today supplies restaurants, hotels, conference centres and caterers with fruit, vegetables and other selected foods. The company has 140 employees and 800 customers, and deals with its own imports.

In November last year, Prince Daniel attended Samhall's Show the Way galaopens in new window at Rival in Stockholm. It was here that he was invited to visit Samhall's operations, including Grönsakshallen Sorunda in Hägersten.

About Samhall


Samhallexternal link, opens in new window operates at around 200 locations, with employees in virtually every Swedish municipality. Samhall is owned by the Swedish State, and has an annual turnover of approximately SEK 7 billion. Samhall's main task is to create stimulating jobs for people with disabilities. Each year, Samhall presents the Show the Way prize to the employer and the driving force who have done the most to show the way and help combat isolation.