Ghana’s market leader in food seasoning products, ONGA, has broken the Guinness world record for the ‘Longest Feast Table’.
This makes Promasidor Ghana Limited, producers of ONGA, the first Ghanaian company to succeed in making it to the Guinness world record.
Their feat comes after beating the current world record for the longest table in Saudi Arabia with over 3000 guests in attendance and who were served with sumptuous local dishes amidst some entertainment.
Speaking at the event held at the Independence Square in Accra, managing director of Promisador Ghana Ltd, Dirk Laeremans said the event was aimed at showcasing Ghana’s rich food culture especially as the country is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
“Our aim tonight is not just to break the Guinness World Records but also to showcase to the world the business capacity of Ghana’s rich meals.
“ONGAis very pleased to be a part of Ghana’s development and we hope to make our achievement last a lifetime,” he told JOYBUSINESS.
Saudi Arabian’s market leader in the edible oils sector, Afia International Company was the record holder for the Longest Feast Table.
They broke the record with feast table measuring 1,508 metres and ONGA beat that record with a difference of over 400 metres resulting in a table length of 1,928.18 metres.