Due to our ideal climate, Florida boasts a broad range of agriculture products that travel from farms in our great state to homes and restaurants all over the world. From tomatoes, bell peppers and romaine lettuce down south to blueberries, strawberries and peanuts a little farther north, there are local, family farms in every corner of the state. You can find eighth generation orange groves, cattle ranchers, dairy farmers and aquaculturists farming next door to first generation farmers, chasing a dream and choosing a life filled with passion. Farming in Florida isn’t easy, it comes with a laundry list of unstable markets, severe weather challenges and pest invasion, just to name a few – all of which are completely out of a farmer’s control. For our family, there is nothing more satisfying than planting and caring for a crop, knowing it will bear fruit that nourishes the minds and bodies of people all over the world.