Reusable and easy to disinfect/clean. Buyers want free range eggs but do not want to pay the price therefore we need to save in any way possible. The poverty stricken area here limits our pricing to $3.00 per dozen. Extremely hard to make a profit and continue to provide top rate quality
I do use your plastic duck egg cartons. Wish they contained all of the required notifications versus sticking on the label.
I have bought plastic cartons in the past but they don't last as long when reusing them as foam do. I liked them because they showed the eggs without opening the carton. I like foam because they can accommodate xlarge eggs
When they get soiled they clean up in a way that only pulp cartons dream about. I like to recycle/reuse the cartons as much as possible. I tell everybody to save their cartons and bring them back, when I was using pulp I had to throw away most of them because they showed the slightest bit of soiling.My only negative on foam is they don't break down well in the land fill. With the many cycles I get with foam compared to pulp I think its an ecological tie.
I purchased these cartons because they were the least expensive.
I bought these foam cartons because I will be getting into the local farmers market and I liked the look they give. I also bought them because the price was cheaper then the others and am trying to keep my cost down
White Styrofoam Egg Carton | 12-Egg Printed
- Made from Styrofoam
- 12-egg bi-fold carton
- Also available in blank foam
- Top: Stock Printing, "Farm Fresh Eggs"
- Inside Lid: Nutrition Facts & FDA Safe Handling Instructions
- Front: Perishable Information
- 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"
- How we measure our egg cartons!
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