The Huffington Post
reports See's Candies
CEO Brad Kinstler, said: "We are so pleased to have created a larger than life version of our favorite candy-on-a-stick. This accomplishment is a testament to our extraordinary production team, who spent many hours designing and constructing the world's largest lollypop. We can't wait to showcase this record breaking lollypop on National Lollypop Day to our customers in San Francisco."
The Guinness World Records adjudicator Amanda Mochan, confirmed the new world record at See's Lollypop Factory in Burlingame, Calif., on July 18, Market Watch
, the lollipop measured 4-foot, 8 3/4-inches in length, 3-foot 6-inches in width, and 5-foot 11-inches in height, and it is mounted on a nearly 12-foot stick.
The candy is made with the same ingredients as See's candy-on-stick sweets but it will not be eaten. It will be recycled after it has been displayed.
The previous world record for the world's largest lollipop was held by Ashrita Furman's 2009 6,514 pound lollipop.
reports the lollipop will be displayed on Sunday at AT&T Park during the San Francisco Giants-Los Angeles Dodgers game.