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¡Récord Guinness! Cocinan la pizza más larga del mundo [+Fotos+Video]

Un grupo de cocineros de Nápoles, Italia, logró entrar al libro Guinness luego de durar seis horas y 11 minutos de trabajo haciendo una pizza de 1.853 metros, la más grande del mundo según el libro de los récords.

Los napolitanos presentaron el jueves en el paseo marítimo de su ciudad la larga pizza, con la cual le arrebataron a los milaneses el récord mundial Guinness y reforzaron su campaña para que el alimento sea considerado patrimonio cultural de la Unesco, según informó la principal organización agrícola de Italia, Coldiretti.

Más de 200 pizzeros trabajaron en la preparación que necesitó de dos toneladas de harina, 1600 kilos de tomates, dos toneladas de mozzarella, 200 litros de aceite y 30 kilos de albahaca.

Los ingredientes utilizados estaban producidos en Italia, como parte de una campaña de apoyo a las industrias regionales, y se usaron cinco hornos para la cocción.

La gigantesca pizza margarita batió el récord Guinness de 2015 logrado durante la Exposición Universal de Milán con una preparación de 1595 metros.

Inicialmente su confección estaba prevista para el domingo pasado, pero tuvo que aplazarse a causa del mal tiempo en el sur de Italia.

Las asociaciones napolitanas buscan inscribir a la pizza napolitana como patrimonio cultural inmaterial de la Unesco, para lo cual ya se reunieron un millón de firmas y es posible que tras este evento consigan más apoyo.

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. / AFP PHOTO / Mario LAPORTA

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