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Candy Company Claims World's Biggest Chocolate Bar

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Candy Company Claims World's Biggest Chocolate Bar

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Candy Company Claims World's Biggest Chocolate Bar

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The Chicago company World's Finest Chocolate may have just made the world's biggest chocolate bar. It weighs six tons and sort of looks like an edible brown bus. The company hopes it breaks the world record.

DAVID GREENE, host: Good morning. I'm David Greene.

The Chicago company World's Finest Chocolate may have just made the world's biggest chocolate. The chocolate bar weighs six tons. It's three feet high, 21 feet long and looks like an edible brown bus. The company's registering its creation with the Guinness Book of World Records. Amazingly, it's part of a campaign to promote smart eating. The message: chocolate lovers, we've got your attention, but you're only allowed to eat this in one-ounce servings. It's MORNING EDITION.

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