Styrofoam Egg Carton, White | 12-Egg Blank
These blank white styrofoam egg cartons are ideal for hot, humid climates and for reused. They are able to keep eggs cold for a long period of time without refrigeration. The durable foam material allows them to be reused many times.
- Made from Styrofoam
- 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): 11.425" x 4"
- Cell dimensions (WxH): 1.70" x 2.6275"
- Carton weight (ounces): 0.55
- Available Label Space (LxW): 4.5" x 3"
- How we measure our egg cartons!
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Carton are sturdy and sized well. I gave a 4star rating because there are 2 spots in the molding of the carton that are so thin that you can see through it. That is located at the top of the vertical protrusions that separate the upper and lower rows at positions 5 and 6 to the right side, if the carton is open and the lid is facing away from you. Not a big issue, carton still cradles and protects eggs in transit
Thank you so much for your purchase Jeffrey! We are truly sorry that the cartons you received have thin spots! If you could reach out to email@example.com with photos we would be happy to come to a resolution!
Kayla was such a nice person that took my order.
We ordered foam for 2 reasons, 1st the color and 2nd the price. We are a preschool who uses egg cartons one time a year when we teach the children about the Resurrection of Christ, we have about 60 children and 1 order lasts us a few years.
My customers bring the cartons back often and foam is easy to clean with a garden hose. Foam also lasts longer than cardboard. We print our own labels and date them for sale, tear them off when the cartons come back, and apply new ones. A plain carton is all I need
Pulp Cartons: they absorb the moisture from the refrigerator and fall apart, can not be placed in an ice chest they dissolve, fall apart when transporting on camping trips , can not stack and stay in tack to sell at Farmers Markets, and not strong enough to stack without crushing eggs. Eggs seem to go bad faster because they absorb the water from the eggs Foam Cartons: Work very well, stack well, keeps eggs fresh up to 6 months in the fridge. They work as an insulated in keeping the eggs cold. Foam is a clear winner!
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