Duck Egg Carton FAQ
Below you will find some of our most commonly asked questions pertaining to our duck egg cartons. If you’re still confused about the difference between our jumbo and duck egg containers, read on to find out which is better for you.
Why buy duck egg cartons from EggCartons.com?
We are the only distributor in North America with egg boxes that are specifically for duck eggs. Many distributors market their jumbo/super jumbo chicken egg cartons as being for ducks, but they aren’t meant for duck eggs because of size differences.
Having a duck egg container properly fit your delicate product is important as it ensures that the object is kept secure during transport. If you were to use the wrong size carton, you might end up with cracked eggs, which is why we recommend using duck egg cartons for your duck eggs, and jumbo for your jumbo chicken eggs.
What’s the difference between duck egg cartons and chicken egg cartons?
Duck eggs tend to be taller and wider than chicken eggs. As a result, our duck cartons have taller and wider cells than our chicken egg cartons.
What kind of duck egg cartons should I buy for my eggs?
All of our duck egg cartons were designed using Pekin duck eggs, but the cartons fit almost all varieties of duck eggs. We recommend comparing your egg’s dimensions with the dimensions of our duck egg containers (found in each product’s description) to ensure the proper fit.
Can you use duck egg cartons for anything other than storing eggs?
Yes! The best part about these cartons is that their use goes beyond eggs to many other products such as arancini balls, sugar cookies, chocolate balls, protein balls, pretzel bites and more. We love and take pride in these egg cartons for duck eggs and our customers do too!