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Clover Cream O’Naise nets a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS

Nie Cele

 

In case you are still in the dark, South Africa leads the pack after  smashing a Guiness World Records tittle for the longest line of sandwiches measuring in at a staggering 4004.43 kilometres, Thanks to Clover’s latest offerings in the  mayonnaise market – Cream O’Naise.

This envious achievement was made recently at Soweto’s flagship Maponya Mall with hundreds of people in attendance.

Organizers say the record breaking attempt was made possible by using 500 litres of Cream O’Naise mayonnaise, 8100 50cm baguettes, 2600 kg of grated Clover cheese and 800kg of lettuce.

 

 

“We did it!” said Clover’s Senior Brand Manager: Edith Molepo.

Molepo also revealed that it took them many months to prepare and plan for this feat.

“After months and months of planning, awesome weather and a fantastic team alongside us, we are absolutely thrilled to have secured our first ever GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title!

“We cannot thank our assembly team of Clover employees, our suppliers and partners enough in what can only be described as a brilliant, endorphin enducing, never to be forgotten kind of day,” said Molepo.

After breaking the record, the Cream O’Naise team sectioned out a large portion of the sandwiches and shared it amongst children at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, CHOC and The Gift of the Givers.

 

At the same event, South African TV and radio personality Somizi Mhlongo kept energy levels high throughout the day as baguette after baguette hit the table, edging closer to the target, right up until the official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS.

Adjudicator, Paulina Sapinska announced the end of the successful attempt at approximately 12h30 that afternoon.

On the sidelines Sapinska told this publication that the current previous record was achieved in spain in 2013.

Did you know?

Cream O’Naise, is Clover’s first mayonnaise that contains real Clover cream.

 

 

 

 

 

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