1. An enclosed carton for housing and dispensing a plurality of containers, the carton comprising:front and back panels, side panels, and top and bottom end panels connected to said front and back panels and said side panels forming a closed structure, such that the containers are extendible height-wise between said side panels and arrangeable in at least one row between said front and back panels and stackable between said bottom and top end panels wherein the carton has a width between the side panels, a depth between the front and back panels, and a height between the top and bottom end panels, wherein the height is greater than the depth;
at least one of said side panels having at least one handle;
a plurality of access panels removably connected to said front panel and to each other via weakenings such that, with said carton positioned on said bottom end panel and the containers orientable horizontally, said access panels are separately removable in succession, from top toward bottom, to facilitate removal of the containers from the carton and render accessible remaining containers, said plurality of access panels comprising:
a first access panel including a top portion extending across a full width of the top end panel, a front portion with a lower portion extending across less than the full width of the front panel, and corner portions of the side panels, and
a second access panel removably connected to said front portion of said first access panel via a weakening extending across less than the full width of the front panel, wherein said second access panel is removable in sequence after removal of said first access panel,
wherein removal of the first access panel forms a top access opening extending across an entirety of the width of the carton and for less than an entirety of the depth of the carton and a front access opening on the front panel extending less than the entirety of the carton width, such that the second access panel top edge defines a lower edge of the front access opening, and
wherein the side panels include end flaps having weakenings corresponding to the top access opening.