Over 1500 bakers and chefs in Kerala, India, have hit the headlines after making a cake that stretched over 6km.
The 10cm wide and thick vanilla cake with chocolate ganache frosting weighed 27,000kg and was prepared using 12,000kg of flour and sugar.
The event was organised by Bakers Association Kerala (BAKE) and the group's leader Naushad said Guinness World Record had assessed the cake as 6.5km, DW and other international news outlets reported.
The cooks prepared the huge cake on thousands of tables and desks which were set up across a festival ground in the city of Thrissur, Kerala.
"This is an effort to showcase our skills to the world," said Naushad. "We ensured hygiene and taste are up to the mark," said Naushad.
The group is looking forward to smashing Chinese bakers' record who made a cake measuring 3.2km in 2018.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that some South Sudanese are doing everything to counter plastic waste as they built a robot that can rid waters of them.
The robot was showcased at the First Global Challenge held in Dubai. Richard Ring, the team mentor, said the robot was built to help clean up the Nile.
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James Madut, one of the teenagers, said that youth should be focused on how they could work together to better their communities.
“As a youth, our main point is to unite and make a change and work with the community to clean the oceans. We can do it together,” he said.
Poor plastic disposal has always been one of the core issues environmentalists struggle with as they do not only clog drainages but become a threat to aquatic life.
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