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post #1 of 85
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Does anyone know of a place online that sells custom printed egg cartons?
I would now like to get some egg cartons for my chickens eggs now that I know I can sell them.
I think a cute little logo might be nice.
And whave you guys found a better online deal than eggcartons.com?

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post #2 of 85

check out eggcartons.com

and they are a sponser

post #3 of 85
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But I didn't see that they custom print for you, did I miss it?

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post #4 of 85

Usually theses companies only print 10's of thousands of eggcartons with custom printing. Such is why they sell lables to fit the cartons so you can lable them with your custom logo, name, etc.

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post #5 of 85
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Where are the labels at???

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post #6 of 85

Hmm, I just checked and doesnt look like they do custom printing anymore. Probabably do so for bulk customers since, they were rather expensive when I looked before and it was some min order of like 1000 cartons!

However, I did find stamps.
http://www.eggcartons.com/category-exec/category_id/87/nm/Custom_Rubber_Stampers

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post #7 of 85

I'll try to find the link to where I saw lables for egg cartons. I believe egg cartons.com sells blank cartons and a rubber stamp for custom cartons on a small scale. They are one of the BYC sponsors but they are not theonly company that sells egg cartons.

I'll try to  find the link and post it. I was looking back before Christmas and had considered some cartons and lables for my egg gifts.

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post #8 of 85

I will check when I get home.  A family member got me 100 cartons that came with a stamp that work's great.  I will see if I can get the company name and add it to this message.

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post #9 of 85

Did you see the round plastic cartons. They are made so you can see all sides of the eggs. They are so neat. I got chickens because it would be a fun experience but now I want to put eggs in cute cartons. I don't even get enough to really sell. Perhaps I should hit up the hard core humanitarian folks and charge $3 a half dozen.

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Originally Posted by Nichole77 

Did you see the round plastic cartons. They are made so you can see all sides of the eggs. They are so neat. I got chickens because it would be a fun experience but now I want to put eggs in cute cartons. I don't even get enough to really sell. Perhaps I should hit up the hard core humanitarian folks and charge $3 a half dozen.


I broke down on the weekend and bought those round plastic egg cartons...  roll

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