By providing complete insight into what our products are made of, we create full traceability.

That is the basis for further sustainability.

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Mapping the chain

Kratiste uses its own semi-public blockchain (in development) to fully map out which raw materials are used to make the products. As a result, chain partners and consumers are assured of an honest, transparent story.

Commodity Passport

Commodity PassportIn a general sense, the consumer is accused of recycling too little or separating the waste incorrectly. However, Kratiste believes that the problem lies mainly with the manufacturer. After all, the manufacturer produces a product that subsequently...


Polylactide This material is commonly referred to as PLA (from English: polylactic acid) . It is a thermoplastic polymer made from lactic acid. Products made from PLA are biodegradable or compostable . They are made from renewable, vegetable raw materials such as...

Our promises

Kratiste’s goal is ultimate transparency. This means, in addition to our ambition to make the range even more sustainable, that our entire story is always honest and traceable.



The raw materials are biodegradable. The main components are PLA and Miscanthus Giganthus.


Look & Feel

The patented process that we carry out in-house is responsible for unique properties that benefit both plants and customers.



Everyone can check the raw materials used via our publicly accessible blockchain. We even grow the Miscanthus ourselves!


Made in Holland

We make our products in the Netherlands, so we can supply demonstrably sustainable products of very high quality.

Kratiste in facts and figures

Despite the fact that Kratiste was only founded in 2022, the company is already having a major impact.
Are you going to help us on our way to 1 billion sustainable stakes, poles and clips?

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