A 5.12 m (16 ft 8 in) tall bottle containing 3,212 litres (706.54 gal) of camellia oil was crowned the world's biggest bottle of cooking oil at a factory in China.
Guinness World Records officials measured the container at the plant where the oil is produced, before witnessing it being filled with the cooking oil which took just less than an hour.
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