Egg Packaging refers to a type of packaging material especially created for the secure transportation and storage of eggs. Eggshells need to be packaged in a way that is sturdy and secure because of their delicate and leaky nature. The egg packing protects the eggs against microbial contamination, natural predators, moisture loss, and tainting. Some of the most popular methods for packaging eggs are trays, baskets, cartons, and containers.
Eggs are cushioned and protected from shocks by packaging. They are shielded from moisture and carbon dioxide loss. These egg containers are made of many materials, including plastic, foam, and pulp. Additionally, the Egg Packaging is made to prevent harm while they are moved from one location to another. A type of material made specifically for the secure transportation and storage of eggs is called egg packing.