Alico, Inc.

Alico is a Florida-based agribusiness and land management company built for today’s world, known for its legacy of achievement and innovation in citrus, sugarcane, cattle, and resource conservation. Our mission is to create value for our customers, clients and shareholders by opportunistically seeking new holdings; managing company lands to their highest and best returns; and producing high-quality agricultural products while exercising responsible environmental stewardship, all led by a seasoned, results-driven management team. Our objectives are to produce the highest quality agriculture products, create innovative land uses, opportunistically acquire and convert undervalued assets, sell under productive land, generate recurring and sustainable profit with the appropriate balance of risk and reward, and exceed the expectations of shareholders, customers, clients, growers and partners.

Company details

10070 Daniels Interstate Court Suite 100 , Fort Myers , Florida 33913 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Agriculture - Agriculture Science and Research
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Alico is a Florida-based agribusiness and land management company built for today’s world, known for its legacy of achievement and innovation in citrus, sugarcane, cattle, and resource conservation.

Our mission is to create value for our customers, clients and shareholders by opportunistically seeking new holdings; managing company lands to their highest and best returns; and producing high-quality agricultural products while exercising responsible environmental stewardship, all led by a seasoned, results-driven management team. Our objectives are to produce the highest quality agriculture products, create innovative land uses, opportunistically acquire and convert undervalued assets, sell under productive land, generate recurring and sustainable profit with the appropriate balance of risk and reward, and exceed the expectations of shareholders, customers, clients, growers and partners.

Our strategic vision:

  • Monetize under-productive assets
  • Land or easement sales
  • Creative solutions to enhance and extract value
  • Natural resource management and conservation
  • Mineral rights exploitation
  • Opportunistically invest in citrus groves to increase citrus production
  • Plant groves on company land

Our strategy is based on best management practices of our agricultural operations, environmental and conservation stewardship of our rural land and natural resources. We manage our land in a sustainable manner and evaluate the effect of changing land uses while considering new opportunities. Our commitment to environmental stewardship is fundamental to Alico's core beliefs.

Investors and others should note that we announce material financial  information to our investors on our website, SEC filings, press releases, public conference calls and webcasts.  We also use social media to communicate with our subscribers and the public about Alico, our services and other issues.  It is possible that the information we post on social media could be deemed to be material information.  Therefore, we encourage investors, the media, and others interested in  Alico to review the information we post on the U.S. social media channels listed below.  This list may be updated from time to time.

More than a century ago, the American experience, for many, came to life when the railroads opened up a nation, linking people and products north, south, east and west, to power an economy ready to go global.

For many in America’s southeast, it meant the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, now part of the CSX system, that weathered wars, depressions and catastrophic acts of nature and put Florida on the map.

From this heritage, a new enterprise was born…setting in motion an economic surge in citrus and cattle, sugarcane and forestry, oil exploration and water management.

Operating at first out of a historic Florida courthouse, the Atlantic Land Improvement Company’s “South Florida Project” was soon creating waves of change in a land abundant in resource but limited in direction.

Sound management and vision from the parent company provided that direction.  Then, in 1960, Alico was born, a public company decidedly invested in the promise of private enterprise.

Alico’s fortunes grew -- led by a future Hall of Fame citrus pioneer and businessman, Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. who at one point was listed by Forbes as one of America’s richest. Although lands were originally acquired to produce timber for the railroads, the operation quickly diversified into:

Cattle. Citrus. Sugarcane. Sod. Mining.

This led to expansion of holdings, record citrus harvests, and a new strategic imperative to evaluate assets and opportunity on the basis of best and highest use.

Today, Alico is an American agribusiness leader, known for its expertise in citrus, conservation and rural-based commodities.

Today, Alico, more than ever, is looking to expand its reach and deepen its edge by:

  • Optimizing yield through management and innovation.
  • Minimizing risk with enhanced economic forecasting.
  • Focusing on conservation to promote good citizenship…and long-term community support.

Alico’s management team is dedicated to superior results through research, innovation and operational efficiency.

Alico is an American legacy…built for today’s world.