18-Egg Quail


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Quail Pulp Egg Carton | 18-Egg Blank

General Information

  • Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
  • 18-egg bi-fold carton
  • Available in blank only

Print Features

  • Top: None
  • Front: None
  • Back: None

Dimensions - Please note all measurements are measured to the nearest 1/4"

  • Quail Eggs
  • Carton dimensions (LxW): 7.25" x 3.50"
  • Cell dimensions (WxH): 1.00" x 1.75"
  • Available Label Space (LxW): 6.50" x 3.00"
  • Carton weight (ounces): 1.10
  • How we measure our Egg Cartons!

Other Uses

  • Mini chocolate eggs
  • Bead collections
  • Small mechanical pieces
  • & more! 

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 14 reviews
        Ross Dawson
        Quail cartons

        Wanted chicken cartons, got quail instead, disappointed

        Hi Ross, We're sorry to hear you are not pleased with your order. I took a look at the order you placed online and it looks like both our 18-egg quail carton and our 12-egg chicken flat top carton were ordered. We do have 18-egg cartons meant for chicken eggs available the sku number is EGP18BL-1. If you have any questions please reach out to us at

        Kristy Aspire
        Too small for bigger quail eggs.

        Too small for jumbo quail eggs or double yolkers. Also tabs are so tight it’s impossible to not rip them.

        Hi Kristy, we are so sorry to hear that your eggs are too large for these cartons. Unfortunately at this time we do not have a xl or jumbo quail carton but hopefully in the future we will. Its always best to measure your eggs and compare them to the cell dimensions we have listed on our cartons and if you ever need help dont hesitate to reach out to us!

        Kassidy Daughtry
        Quail egg cartons

        Over all they're fine. The little tabs keep ripping that latch the cartons closed so they don't stay shut but for my personal use they're okay. I wouldn't use them to sell eggs since they tear.

        We are so sorry to hear that these cartons are giving you trouble! Do you know the approximate weight of your quail eggs? Typically too large or heavy of an egg is what results in the carton tearing.

        Don Cruser
        Not the best!

        I have been purchasing quail egg cartons from for several years now. About a year ago, they changed their cartons. The original cartons were light gray. The light gray cartons were great. They were made a bit larger and held the jumbo quail eggs much better. They were cleanly cut/stamped and solid and closed well. These new cartons are light brown and have the FHP.ME stamped into them are not nearly as good. They do not hold the larger jumbo quail egg quite as well. They don't close as easy and the holes where they snap close break easily and are not stamped out well at all. I contacted and asked what happened to the old light gray cartons and they said they were not able to get them due to covid....Supplier issues. That's been six months ago and I guess they still can't get the light gray cartons. Unfortunately, these are the only 18 ct pulp cartons on the market that I can find. I miss the light gray cartons. They were 5 star. I use pulp cartons because I have yet to find a plastic carton that will hold my jumbo quail eggs. Can't get the lid to close because they are too big. Other than that, egg is the place to buy egg cartons!

        Hi Tania, thanks for your review. We really appreciate it! I was just checking your account and did not see a recent order. Did you leave this review for your order that was placed in spring of 2021 or was there another order placed under a different account? We currently do still have the same cartons, but once we have room in the warehouse, we look forward to ordering more of the regular gray cartons. We definitely agree that the light gray cartons are a more ideal quality. We look forward to hearing back from you!

        Awesome Business - Thank you!

        Really appreciate the speed with which fills orders for our small egg business. Quality and service - thanks!