Food producer Finnebrogue created the world largest vegan burger
Finnebrogue Artisan made the world’s most enormous burger in Northern Ireland, the first for the largest vegan titles in the Guinness world records.
The burger weighed 162.5kg and measured 1.2m in diameter. That is the equivalent of 1274 of the companies traditional naked evolution burgers.
Sean Kearney, Finnerogue’s innovation process manager, said, ‘We were set a target weight of 100kg, but we knew from the outset we wanted to exceed that.’
The vegan patty took 9 hours to make and ten staff members. The burger included 10kg of tomatoes, 7kg of vegan cheese, 2kg of onions, 5kg gherkins, 5 kg Naked without the oink rashers and 5 kg naked burger sauce.
Anthea McAuley, Finnebrogues’s Communications Manager, said, ‘To avoid waste on the day, we donated some finished burgers to homeless charity, the Simon community.’
Guinness world record adjudicator commented how ‘ It takes some considerable planning and organisation to pull off a feat of this magnitude.’
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