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What You Didn't Know About The Guinness World Records Food Awards

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A Lebanese flag flutters over a giant plate of falafel as Lebanon attempts to set a new world record in Beirut on May 9, 2010. A day after regaining the world record for the largest plate of hummus, Lebanon set a new record for the largest serving of falafel that weighed 5,173 kilograms (about 11,400 pounds). AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO (Photo credit should read ANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images) | AFP/Getty Images

The Guinness World Records is infamous for recording incredible, zany and outrageous achievements -- especially when it comes to food.

Titles such as the largest iced tea, longest hot dog or the fastest chocolate truffle eater are no small achievements and highly coveted awards.

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