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Musselman's to Make a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® Official Attempt for the "Largest Bowl of Apple Sauce" at the Baltimore Running Festival on Oct. 12

Visitors to the Running Festival's Celebration Village can interact with the giant bowl and sample Musselman's new six-ounce BIG CUP of Apple Sauce

BALTIMORE, Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Musselman's will attempt to set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® achievement for the Largest Bowl of Apple Sauce this Saturday at the Baltimore Running Festival. Runners, spectators and all others in the Baltimore and mid-Atlantic area are invited to the marathon's Celebration Village the morning of Oct. 12 to add Apple Sauce to the giant Musselman's bowl, sample the company's new six-ounce BIG CUP apple sauce and witness the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS official attempt.

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Beginning at 9 a.m. on marathon day, a limited number of visitors to the Running Festival's Celebration Village will be able to help Musselman's make history by adding BIG CUP cups of Apple Sauce to an oversized bowl. Admission to Celebration Village, which will be located in the M&T Bank Stadium's Parking Lot C, is free and open to the public as well as marathon runners and spectators. The first 100 contributors to the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS attempt will also receive a free T-shirt commemorating the experience. The record attempt is taking place in honor of Musselman's introduction of its new six-ounce single-serve BIG CUP Apple Sauce line.

"As an official sponsor of the 2013 Baltimore Running Festival, Musselman's Apple Sauce is extremely excited to attempt to make our mark on history at this prestigious marathon," said Kevin Blacker, Knouse Foods marketing. "Our customers have been asking us for larger single-serve portions of our nutritious Apple Sauce, and what better way and event to celebrate our new six-ounce BIG CUP than here at the Baltimore Running Festival and with the World's Largest Bowl of Apple Sauce." 

A GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS official will inspect the bowl at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 12 and determine whether the Musselman's bowl constitutes the world's Largest Bowl of Apple Sauce. Throughout the day, visitors to Celebration Village can pose with the enormous bowl and are encouraged to post photos to social media sites using the hashtag #applesaucerecord. The Musselman's team will share photos and updates of the record attempt on Facebook and Twitter throughout the day.

Mussleman's BIG CUP single-serve packages contain six ounces of Apple Sauce, providing healthy snackers with 50 percent more in every cup. The naturally fat-free and cholesterol-free Apple Sauce is available now in cinnamon, original and unsweetened varieties.

About Knouse Foods
Knouse Foods is an established growers' co-op with a 50-year history of providing the best fruit products. We believe making healthy, delicious fruit products is more than a job. It's a way of life. And that's why the growers who have spent their entire lives nurturing our orchards and harvesting our fruit also own our company. Each of our 150 growers is a member of our family – men and women who proudly would serve our products at their own tables as well as yours. That pride and care are the key ingredients that make Knouse fruit products the very best. Like Musselman's Apple Sauce on Facebook and follow Musselman's on Twitter for updates, and visit www.musselmans.com to learn more about BIG CUP.

SOURCE Knouse Foods

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