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Source: Rantizo news release

Iowa City, IA - Rantizo - industry leader in agricultural drone spraying - has made the FoodTech 500 list for the third consecutive year.

The FoodTech 500 commemorates the top-tier companies in the AgriFoodTech industry that focus their efforts on sustainable ways to farm. Coming in at No. 74, the advancement of Rantizo on the list shows year-over-year progress in providing sustainable agricultural services to farmers and ranchers.

Elevating precision agriculture since 2018, Rantizo's drone application systems and services boast many environmental benefits that contribute to sustainable agricultural practices.

Agricultural drone spraying improves sustainability by:
Reducing or eliminating soil compaction to encourage healthier soils

Promoting water quality through precise spot spraying

Advancing precision agriculture with targeted application of inputs

Offering an additional method for cover crop seeding

On Earth Day and every day, Rantizo is committed to efficient and legal drone application services that safely improve sustainability efforts.

"We are honored to be included in the FoodTech 500 list," said Rantizo CEO Matt Beckwith. "At Rantizo, we are committed to deploying field-ready innovations that support the sustainability and profitability of the producers we rely upon for food, fuel and fiber."

Since Rantizo was founded, the company has been named to the FoodTech 500 list every year - while also rising in rank:

#74 in 2021
#105 in 2020
#239 in 2019

The FoodTech 500 review includes identification of company fulfillment of United Nation SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). According to the list, Rantizo was recognized as fulfilling three of those goals: Zero Hunger, Clean Water & Sanitation, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure.

In 2021, more than 2,250 list applications were received from more than 85 countries around the world.

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