July 29 (UPI) — A Michigan-based supermarket chain broke a Guinness World Record when interns used 5,791 packaged foods to explain the business’s name.
SpartanNash, a food distribution and supermarket company, said its team of summer interns and volunteers used 5,791 Our Family-brand products to explain the term “SpartanNash.”
A Guinness World Records adjudicator was on the scene to to verify the display broke the record for largest packaged food word. The previous record, comprising 1,111 products, was made by Freefrom Foods International Association in Hong Kong in 2018.
The merchandise used for the term were donated to the nonprofit Buist Community Assistance Center.