The cartons are perfect as well as the stamp!
The cartons are sometimes really stuck together. In efforts to retrieve what i need i sometimes damage a carton. Not sure how to keep them from sealing into one another so tightly.
These cartons are working so well for me! I always get praise for the pretty eggs in the cute cartons at farmers market. I even had some think they were fake😄 definitely will be buying more as I get close to running out.
Been buying these for years . Now they have been out of stock for months. Not good.
Hi Deborah, thank you for the feedback. There was a glitch in our inventory system, and we definitely have plenty of these cartons in stock! If you would like to give us a call, we would be happy to place your order over the phone. We can be reached at 888-852-5340.
We absolutely love the carton color and shape but we have some concerns about the design quality. The hinge point is weak. Cartons you purchase in store are usually double bound. This area is weak and detaches easily when trying to separate the cartons
Hi Dorothy. Thank you for the review! We are always working to improve the design of cartons. The paper vintage cartons are especially tough, but the shape and depth of the cells cause them to get compacted to each other when shipped. If you could let us know how many were damaged, we would be happy to issue you a gift card, or send a replacement shipment! We appreciate the honest feedback.
Vintage Pulp Egg Carton | 12-Egg Blank
- Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
- 12-egg 3X4 cell bi-fold carton
- Also available in printed pulp
- Top: None
- Front: None
- Back: None
- S-XL chicken (43-63g) eggs
- Carton dimensions (LxW): 8.25" x 6.25"
- Cell dimensions (WxH): 1.5" x 2.75"
- Carton weight (ounces): 2.5
- Available Label Space (LxW): 6.75" x 4.75"
- How we measure our Vintage egg cartons!
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Tips & Tricks
- De-nesting - If you find you are having trouble de-nesting your egg cartons, try sort de-nesting them in counts of 5-10 before separating individually.
- The best way to de-nest these cartons is to gently shake them apart, rather than pulling them.
- It is recommended to grab the bottom of the egg cup and the post and shaking them, rather than grabbing the sides or front flap.
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