On Monday in Connecticut, the store Stew Leonard's unveiled a 3,462-pound cheddar cheese sculpture that's believed to be the world's largest. The sculpture, which Stew Leonard's expects will be certified as a world record holder by Guinness soon, is 2,000 pounds heavier than the current biggest cheese. The Hour reports that it took 500 cows to produce the 4,000 gallons of milk required to produce the giant block of cheddar, which is 65 inches high and 44.5 inches wide. The sculpture will now be sliced up and sold for $7.99 a pound at Stew Leonard's locations in New York and Connecticut.
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