15/01/1918 'Canadian Inventor cracks the case of the broken egg'
We have Joseph Coyle to thank for our eggs coming to us in one piece. Over 100 years ago Coyle perfected a design to prevent eggs from cracking on the way to the market. His design was the first egg carton offering a measure of protection for this most breakable of commodities. The carton was first made by hand before a machine was invented to manufacture them after World War 1