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UN World Food Day 2015: Food For All Ghana Attempts To Break Guinness World Longest Table Record

UN World Food Day 2015: Food For All Ghana Attempts To Break Guinness World Longest Table Record Food for All Ghana

You’ve got to be in Accra,Ghana on Saturday,17th October,2015  and join the world record-breaking attempt by Food for All Ghana Campaign in aid of building West Africa’s first food bank in Ghana to create sustainable means of nutrition for the less privileged.Our vision is to build food banks across West Africa.

 Food for All Guinness World record event – An attempt is to be made on 17th October,2015 to beat the existing world record for the longest  table in the world has been accepted by the Guinness Book of World Records,UK.

The attempt will be held in Osu, Accra to raise funds to build west Africa’s first food recovery bank in Ghana to create sustainable means of nutrition for the less privileged in West Africa.

Accepting to certify the world record attempt, Head of Records for Guinness world record reteirated their organization’s position in helping charity organizations across the world to achieve their vision and was very happy an organization in west Africa is vying for such a laudable global feat.

Chef Elijah Amoo Addo,initiator of Food for All West Africa  who graduated from the just ended President Obama Young African leadership training program by USAID and GIMPA, solicited for support from all stakeholders in West Africa’s food supply chain and the media to  enable Ghana achieve the world feat.’’Every year UN world food day passes with little public awareness until 2012 when we initiated the ‘’Feast of hope project where we fed over 15,000 less privileged with food recovered from our food supply chain.This year we want to make our country proud by achieving this world feat.We entreat all Ghanaians and corporate Ghana to support us break the 1500m record this year to create sustainable means of nutrition for the vulnerable in society. ‘’We will have national and international exposure”

There will be over 5000 diners, restaurants, hotels, corporate companies, tourism bodies, charities and stakeholders in our food supply chain as well as individuals and families wanting to be part of the ground breaking attempt.

The event starts with a float across principal streets in Accra on Friday 16th October and the main record attempt on Saturday starts at 10am with YFM broadcasting from the event as the official radio station and will include local and international entertainment acts like Trigmatic and friends, as well as cuisine of the highest standards.

The 1600m dining table will be set out in the vast Osu oxford street. Companies and individuals will be able to reserve as many spaces as they wish. Independent restaurants, hotels, corporate companies and caterers will be able to reserve spaces for customers and serve their own picnic-style cuisine on the day.

Proceeds of the event will assist in building the food recovery bank to create sustainable means of nutrition for less privileged in Ghana and Africa.

Every participating individual or corporate body will be listed as being part of the world record.We entreat religious bodies,corporate bodies,individuals,clubs and all in Ghana to book a table at the event.

The event, which could become an annual occasion after the record attempt, has attracted much interest. For more information or support contact Henrietta Adjetey on 0247223821 or e-mail: food4allghana@gmail.com/info@foodforallghana.org

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