We're gonna need a bigger spoon.
The old ice cream parlor request for "two scoops, please!" wouldn't fly in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, where Kemps Dairy recently set the record for the largest scoop of ice cream. The historic serving tipped the scales at 1,365.31 kg (3,010 lb).
The flavor? Delicious, refreshing strawberry.
In addition to its weight, the scoop measured 5 ft, 6 in (1.67 m) tall and 6 ft, 2 in (1.88 m) wide, containing approximately 733 household containers of ice cream combined into one mass.
As all large food world records are required to either be donated or consumed, thousands of attendees at the Cedarburg Strawberry Festival gladly lined up to receive a generous portion of the ice cream for free throughout the weekend.
According to Kemps, the amount of ice cream used would fill an entire football field. The group enlisted the help of five nationally ranked snow sculptors to turn the source ice cream into one individual scoop.
The scoop was built to help celebrate Kemps' 100th anniversary, and you can watch the unveiling of its historic serving below.
"There's not a lot of companies nowadays that make it this long," said Julie Myhre, assistant marketing manager for Kemps. "So it's a pretty big milestone for us."
"What better way to commemorate the traditions of Kemps than by attempting to set a delicious Guinness World Record?" said Rachel Kyllo, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Kemps. "Plus, it's an historic celebration you can eat!"
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