To quench their thirst and promote Canadian dairy produce, the Dairy Farmers of Canada blended up a record-breaking super-sized blueberry smoothie.
The Canadian-sourced ingredients including 550 litres of milk, 150 litres of vanilla yoghurt, 35 litres of honey, and 300 kg of frozen blueberries were blended with giant immersion blenders and took over three hours to prepare before being plunged into a specially designed 1,200 tank which was chilled to a refreshing -1C.
The dairy loving Torontonian crowd lapped up the excitement and celebrated the record withsome of the whopping 1,000 litre smoothie.
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