See's Candies marked National Lollipop Day by crafted the world's largest lollipop, standing nearly six feet tall, 3 feet six inches wide, and weighing 7,003 pounds.  The chocolate-flavored lollipop was constructed at the company's factory in Burlingame, California, before being displayed in San Francisco on July 20. The lollipop also includes an 11-foot 10-inch stick, though the Guinness Book of World Records did not include it in the final calculations.

See’s Candies creates 7,000-pound lollipop; world’s largest

See's Candies marked National Lollipop Day by crafted the world's largest lollipop, standing nearly six feet tall, 3 feet six inches wide, and weighing 7,003 pounds. The chocolate-flavored lollipop was constructed at the company's factory in Burlingame, California, before being displayed in San Francisco on July 20. The lollipop also includes an 11-foot 10-inch stick, though the Guinness Book of World Records did not include it in the final calculations.

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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Nostalgic Candy We'd Still Spend Our Allowances On

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