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Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record for Most Cups of Milk Served in One Hour


Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

On June 1st, International Children's Day and World Milk Day, "Yeremyan Products" achieved a milestone by setting a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title. An impressive 7,469 people drank a cup of milk each within an hour, surpassing the previous record held by Costa Rica.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

The event took place at Seasons Park in Yerevan and was a lively celebration attended by thousands of visitors, including both adults and children. The atmosphere was filled with excitement, featuring a concert program, various surprises, and a festive mood. The small farm setup, complete with dairy cows, calves, agricultural machinery, and a milk transporter, added to the charm of the occasion.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

"Yeremyan Products" aimed to break the record for the "Most cups of milk served in one hour" by exceeding the intended goal of 6,000 participants. They successfully achieved this by distributing over 2,000 bottles of milk, each containing 0.75 liters, during the event.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

General Director of "Yeremyan Projects," Davit Yeremyan, expressed his pride and happiness: "We have adopted a new strategy to not only produce high-quality milk but also to transform the culture of milk consumption in our country. 'MUCH MILK IS MUCH LOVE' is one of our initiatives aimed at that goal. It received positive feedback last year, prompting us to repeat it this year. I am delighted and proud that we have succeeded in setting a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title in Armenia for the second time. Today, alongside the residents and guests of our city, we established a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for 'Most cups of milk served in one hour.' This is a remarkable and unprecedented event for both us and Armenia, and I extend my congratulations to each of us."

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

Davit Yeremyan received the official record certificate from Pravin Patel, an adjudicator from Guinness World Records, who traveled to Armenia specifically for this event. Patel meticulously oversaw the proceedings to ensure all guidelines were followed. He praised the "Yeremyan Products" team for their responsible organization, stating, "The essence of this record attempt was not merely about serving the most cups of milk, but also about adhering to the strict guidelines. The 'Yeremyan Products' team did a great and responsible job, organizing everything at a high level. We are very delighted that all the rules were followed and the company successfully registered the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the most cups of milk served in one hour."

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

Gohar Vardanyan, Head of the Food Safety Department at Armenia’s Food Safety Inspection Body and the event's hygienist, commented on the meticulous adherence to food safety guidelines. "Given the scale of the event, a significant effort was required to ensure all food safety rules were observed, including serving, hygiene, and milk storage conditions. This event also served as an important incentive for our children to start drinking milk instead of unhealthy beverages," she said.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

Doctor-nutritionist Vardanush Petrosyan, who witnessed the record attempt, noted the high standards maintained throughout the event. "My colleagues and I observed that the event was conducted at a high level. Initiatives like this are crucial for encouraging healthy foods and lifestyles and changing dietary behavior," she stated.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

The event was hosted by Gor Glumov, with Karo Ayrumyan as the headliner. The park featured a small farm setup, including dairy cows, calves, agricultural machinery, and a large milk transporter, adding a unique touch to the celebration.

Yeremyan Products Sets Guinness World Record

This achievement marks the second GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for "Yeremyan Projects." In 2018, the company set the record for the "Largest Serving of Gata," a traditional Armenian pastry, in honor of Yerevan's 2800th anniversary.

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