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SWFL Produce is different from the traditional, one farm CSA. We are a co–op that works closely with different farms, which means variety for our members. Woman Owned and Operated, Owner Elizabeth is always looking for different, and unique produce to keep this program exciting. We provide numerous pickup locations and home delivery. Be sure to check out our Recipe Packs which are affordable, convenient and we have a varied selection to satisfy everyone. We thank you for visiting our site.

Located in Punta Gorda, Swfl Produce is a Local family operated Farm and Co Op. Owner Elizabeth Coquillard believes in a culture that is committed to the environment and community. This dynamic woman owned company runs the Largest CSA is South West Florida with the help of a hardworking,& dedicated team.

Our Family team truly believes that each day, if we commit to do our best, practice honestly, support our community, and work together with respect, we will create a business that has a soul. When you choose us, know that you will be receiving a quality product that was produced with the Values of Family


Elizabeth Coquillard a long time native of Swfl, and graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University handles a little bit of everything from processing weekly orders, to picking fresh fruits and veggies on the farm.

Elizabeth is a mother of three, and believes all kids deserve a healthy start! Her passion to help children overcome child obesity by encouraging them to eat healthy each and every day. Fitness, and healthy eating is very important to Elizabeth.

She enjoys sharing her knowledge of sourcing healthy, nutritional food to the community. Her motto is Be Healthy, and Be Happy!

Steven Ceracche is a third generation farmer from Ithaca, New York. He grew up on a small apple orchard in upstate New York. He graduated from University at Albany in 2007 with a BS Environmental Science with a concentration in Biology.

Steven has over 15 years of agricultural experience, specialized in hydroponic agriculture production. He lived in Northern California and Portland, Oregon building, managing and consultation services for various different types of crops and growing environments.

He moved to south Florida and joined the SWFL Produce team. Together Elizabeth Coquillard, Florganica Farms was formed in Punta Gorda, Florida. This young Farms goal is to produce local fruits and vegetables year round. We have built 2 large greenhouse production facilities at our 5 acre farm and are focused on tomato production to feed the people of south Florida.

Other crops that we grow at our farm are zucchini, squash, Florida sweet onions, red onions, pineapples, mangoes, papaya, pineapples, Swiss chard, tomatoes, peppers, bananas, sugar apples, soursop, lychees, jack fruit, yellow dragon fruit, miracle berries, and new additions every season!

We Partner with Local Farms and Bulk Wholesale Outlets

Depending on which season it is, we partner with the most local, organic, pesticide free, sustainable farmers in South Florida. We then purchase in bulk, items that will never grow in Florida such as Grapes, Apples and so on. By purchasing in bulk we are able to pass the discount savings on to our members.