A group of people in Pakistan has broken the Guinness World Record for the largest cookie mosaic made in the shape of the flag, a news report has revealed. According to a dawn.com report, this has been done to mark Pakistan’s 70 years of independence.
The flag was made with more than 150,000 cookies in green and white and measured 2,438.15 square feet. It was completed in a total of 6.5 hours. It covers an approximate area of 226 square meters. Upon completion, all biscuits were later packed and given to charity.
According to the Guinness World Record website, the former largest cookie mosaic measured 2013.28 square feet and was achieved by Royal Academy in Amman, Jordan, on 25 May 2016.
The initiative was organized by Pakistani brand English Business Manufacturers. The brand’s CEO Dr. Zeelaf Munir said that this campaign reflects Pakistan as a “nation that is continuously rebuilding, reshaping and pushing forward — no matter what the odds.”
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