Salami Bigger Than the Statue of Liberty Made a World Record in Argentina

Salami Bigger Than the Statue of Liberty Made a World Record in Argentina

A community in Argentina has broken the record for world’s longest salami sausage – and it is so huge it outranks the Statue of Liberty.

The Argentinian town of Tandil broke the world record for the longest salami with its 99.5-meter meat product, overshadowing the 93-meter tall neoclassical tourist trap in New York Harbor. The world record-breaking salami, which weighs 278 kilos, on the whole, was introduced to several eager spectators.

Those that were available at the revealing of the enormous restored meat were even permitted an opportunity to taste it during the 37th version of the Sierra culinary celebration.

Preparing and dealing with the salami was no little accomplishment. The immense wiener took “36 days and more than 100 individuals” to be finished by coordinator Mariano Frias expressed.

The Council of Denomination of Origin Salame de Tandil, the coordinators of the occasion, broke their own record where they exhibited a salami in 2019.

This second sausage just came to quantify 87.56 meters long and gauged a measly 262 kilograms in weight.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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