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Alico’s sustainability report documents environmental scoring improvement

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Fort Myers-based Alico Inc. on Thursday announced improvements to its institutional shareholders services environmental, social and governance scores following the publication of the company’s inaugural sustainability report this month. Alico has seen its ISS environmental and social scores improve substantially this year. Alico’s strategy is based on best management practices of the company’s agriculture operations. The company regards the stewardship of its rural land and natural resources as a sacred responsibility. In 2021, the board of directors established its Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Committee, which oversees Alico’s environmental and social policies, strategies and programs. Alico is one of the largest citrus growers in the United States. As an agribusiness with a 120-year legacy of achievement and innovation, the company owns more than 80,000 acres of citrus groves, ranch land and improved pasture in seven Florida counties.

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