Building the longest line of tinned food cans – a bid to smash the Guinness World Record

Building the longest line of tinned food cans - a bid to smash the Guinness World Record

A Cape Town-based charity is going for gold in its quest to smash the Guinness World Record for building the longest line of tinned food cans.

According to the Guinness World Records website, the existing record of 44 966 cans, measuring 3.28 kilometers was set in Montreal, Canada in August 2014.

Ladles of Love has collected some 90 000 donated cans, to reach their targeted 6.7 kilometre line.

The food will be used to help prepare additional 180 000 meals for those in need.

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