Pros: Sturdy, fit in fridge easier, unique
Egg Cartons and Trays
Cons: Got order messed up (I think?) wont fit duck eggs
Pros: Sturdy, easy to clean.
Cons: Restaurant Employees like them too much? Handles are a bit large for my hands.
“I purchased these this spring to offer something more unique for my egg customers. They are all in love with them! I love them because they fit in my fridge easier and are super sturdy. They also transport well when I am delivering eggs to coworkers and elderly customers. It's a purchase well made! ” --Anna-MN
“ I use these to sell eggs for my egg business. Eggs will last longer in plastic cartons, paper cartons soak up the eggs moisture ever so slightly. I can re use these more. And the don't break as easy... ” --JerseyGiantfolk
These light weight trays are made of durable paper mache and are ideal for use in collecting and holding eggs. Each tray holds 30 eggs and will stack one on top of the other by turning each tray opposite the one below. These trays are also ideal for use as Incubator Egg Positioners when holes are cut to permit better circulation of the air. Cracked eggs are practically eliminated when using our...
Excellent for selling eating eggs, as it will be low priced to induce people to try them. Made in one piece. Has flat top for label. Built in snap closure for repeat opening. Dimensions: 12'' x 4 1/2'' x 1 1/2''
“ I like this clear egg carton because i sell button quail eggs and I only have to wrape each egg with Toilet tissue and then tape up the carton. I also like that i can use them for Coturnix eggs also. I like that you can receive a nice package in the mail and see your eggs for a pretty package. I have used this item for a year and will continue to use it instead of paper cartons. ” --charliesweb3k
“ I have two of these for each restaurant I service. 15dz boxes rarely came back, (very convenient size box for a lot of things), and the first one of these went MIA for a few days. I soon embossed them all with the farm name and since then they've been returned promptly. This is a very sturdy crate, cleans up easily with pressure spray, and my *only* complaint would be...” --GerbilsOnToast
The Kuhl EGG-30 can be used with our No. STK-30, WAS-30, No. XTL-30AA, and No. HB-30. This allows for the total transport of 360 eggs per case. This product can also be used to house and transport larger eggs utilizing our No. TEG-20 20-egg turkey or duck trays and our No. HB-20 20-egg hard boiling tray. When used with the 20-egg trays, it will hold 240 eggs. In addition to the two previously...
The STK-30 egg tray is specifically designed for the transportation of eggs. This tray, formerly known as the Harwood Egg Tray, is now property of KUHL Corporation and is completely interchangeable with our STK-30 egg tray. In other words, the STK-30 can be fully interchanged and stacked without any problems.
“ When I ordered this from Fleming Outdoors, it came a few days later but I do not believe it was even a duck egg tray. It was very small, and if I did my research right, duck eggs are bigger than chicken. I tested it by getting a chicken egg from the fridge, and putting it in, and it fit. I didn't know HOW it would be working with duck eggs! I then bought chicken eggs a few days before...” --UtahDuck
The CHUCK-80-ST Partridge Egg Tray accommodates partridge eggs which are larger than quail and smaller than pheasant eggs. This unit also has the ability to double stack in order to double the capacity of your current incubator. <br><br> This unit is very similar in design to our No. PET-46-ST and No. Q-95-ST Egg trays.<br><br> The CHUCK-80-ST Egg Tray will...