“Krassi” Mayonnaise gets into the Guinness Book of Records

The record for the largest pot of mayonnaise belongs to Bulgaria

Bulgarian consumers’ favourite mayonnaise brand “Krassi” has set a record and is now included in the Guinness Book of Records. A pot 1000 times larger than the original one was filled with mayonnaise in front of  a large audience at a unique event.

The Guinness World Records Judge Anna Orford personally monitored and certified the compliance with the high standards of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS®.

During the ceremony, the judge repeatedly observed the compliance with the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS®’s extremely strict quality requirements and hygiene standards at such a large-scale event.

After the scale displayed the record-breaking amount of 221.4 kilograms of mayonnaise collected in a giant pot, the judge commented that absolutely all requirements were met, the event took place under extremely good organization, and that Krassi mayonnaise brand and Bulgaria should be proud of the achievement.

Then Anna Orford handed the official world record certificate to “Krassi” Mayonnaise Factory manager Daniela Avdzhieva.

The record was set just at the right time because “Krassi” Mayonnaise is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. “This is a recognition for the whole team standing behind the success of the product, as well as for the consumers and their trust”, Daniela Avdzhieva commented. The record, which will be included in the Guinness Book of Records, not only bears the name of “Krassi” Mayonnaise, but is also an achievement for Bulgaria as an original Bulgarian product of excellent quality and taste.

The Guinness Book of Records has a long history and its first version was published on August 27, 1954 in 1000 copies, 198 pages each. The edition from August 1955 hit the top of the UK bestsellers list. Today the Guinness Book of Records denotes all the unique achievements in the world.

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