I order the egg cartons to use in a program that I do at school. It is called "Make and Take" We use the egg carton to make Mancala Games. Mancala boards have twelve spots set up like an egg carton. The game has beads, the egg carton and two small plastic cups for end caps. The reason I don't use the cardboard kind is that they are not as sturdy, plus a lot of them have holes in the top. I need a enclosed carton to store the beads in once the game is put together. I do this program with the 3rd grade class which has about 150 students each year. That is why I order so many at one time. Thanks for your help finding these!
I originally chose foam because they are sturdy and I needed a unique color to identify the eggs I was selling. I reuse cartons and the foam does have a longer life.
Price is my biggest concern which, in turn, helps keep costs down for my customers. Too, the design of the foam is more accepting of my adding our own label; the foam has a smoother, broader top to work with. Lastly, should an egg crack or the interior of the foam carton get a little soiled, it is easier to clean which saves my having to discard...not in every case but, again, every little bit of savings helps keep costs down
Aqua Foam Egg Carton | 12-Egg Blank
- Made from polystyrene
- 12-egg bi-fold carton
- Also available in printed foam
- Top: None
- Inside Lid: None
- Front: None
- Back: None
- S-XL chicken (43-63g) eggs
- Carton dimensions (LxW): 11.625" x 4"
- Cell dimensions (WxH): 1.75" x 2.625"
- Carton weight (ounces): 0.55
- Available Label Space (LxW): 4.75" x 2"
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