World’s Largest Cake Made in China
The world’s largest cake was made in China. The gigantic creation measures over 32 meters wide and 5 meters high, weighing an astounding 1,200 kilograms! The cake was created by students from the Zhengzhou University of Light Industry to celebrate their college anniversary.
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The cake was decorated with miniatures of landmarks in China including the Great Wall and the Forbidden City alongside images of students at play. The project took two months to complete, with 10 batches made per day.
The cake can be cut into up to 20,000 pieces.
The project took two months to complete, which is a short amount of time for creating this product. People don’t want to hear about the process if it’s too long and tedious, since they would want to know what the final product is like. The fact that 10 batches were made per day is good, showing the company has a steady work ethic and can produce items fast. The number of pieces that the cake can be cut into really depends on the size of the piece; therefore, it’s best to leave this part out because it could confuse readers if they don’t take into consideration one would need to eat more than one piece for it to make a serving.