Which packaging keeps eggs fresh longer?

An egg is a fragile product and for its safe transportation three types of packaging are made - from cardboard, plastic and polystyrene. Let's try to figure out which package is better and why.  

Polystyrene - the middle between cardboard and plastic - is close to paper in terms of properties, and plastic to technical characteristics. 

Cardboard packaging - differs from polystyrene and plastic in that it is able to absorb excess moisture and allows air to pass through to the product - this way the eggs are stored on the counter longer. Cardboard packaging is one of the most used, so manufacturers are expanding their choice - from recycled paper they make familiar corrugated trays, boxes with lids and even modified designs that attract with one look and will stand out among competitors. (picci) 

Plastic packaging allows a minimum amount of air to pass through, and does not absorb moisture, but, thanks to its shape, does not allow the inside of a beaten egg to enter adjacent cells with integers. 

If you compare how the boxes carry the transport, there are no differences, everyone copes. 

If you need packaging for eggs made of corrugated cardboard, we will help you choose and, if necessary, we will develop the design from scratch.

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