How Many Tacos Does It Take . . .

Emory sets spicy new world record

Tacos on the table in the DUC

salsa, anyone?: If you’ve ever wondered what 260 tacos might look like, here’s a hint.

Kelly Gray

Who knew there was a world record for longest taco line? But yes: A record-setting line of fish tacos at Emory helped raise awareness about sustainable seafood. In the Dobbs University Center on February 16, students and staff from Emory Dining’s Green Team filled tortillas with eighty pounds of Alaskan cod, forty-five pounds of cabbage, and four gallons of salsa. The 260 tacos formed a line nearly 121 feet long, setting a Guinness World Record. In a related event at Oxford College, students built a giant sushi roll.

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