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The worlds biggest gummy sweet weighs as much as a child and contains 38,000 calories

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A hot dog that weighs as much as a toddler and contains over 38,000 calories has gone on sale. See NATIONAL story NNHOTDOG. At 33 pounds, the two-foot-long sweet treat weighs the same as a small child and contains around 38,130 calories. One serving of the hot dog is believed to be around 120 calories - but this snack may be better shared as it costs a whopping ?116 ($149.99). The bun is made from orange gummy while the dog itself is cherry-flavoured, topped with a mango tasting 'mustard'. And luckily the hot dog has a shelf life of 12-months - giving you enough time to work through it. It is available on US website Vat19.com, but the vendor says stocks are limited. The sweets are handmade exclusively for the website in North Carolina by Derek Lawson - who is known as 'The Gummy Bear Guy'.
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A confectioner is selling what it says is the worlds biggest gummy sweet – a giant hot dog that weighs as much as a child and contains 38,000 calories.

With the average adult woman consuming 2,000 calories a day, the sweet works out as 19 days worth of calories.

The sweet, which is flavoured in all sorts of ways, weighs 33lbs (2.4 stone or 15kg).

The bun is made from orange gummy while the sausage is cherry flavoured, topped with a mango flavoured mustard.

The sweet has a shelf life of 12 months – giving people enough time to work through it.

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However, youre best off getting a group together to attempt to finish it – especially as it costs $149.99 (£120).

The sweets are handmade exclusively in North Carolina by Derek Lawson – who is known as The Gummy Bear Guy.

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Currently, its available to buy from Vat19, but its currently sold out.

A hot dog that weighs as much as a toddler and contains over 38,000 calories has gone on sale. See NATIONAL story NNHOTDOG. At 33 pounds, the two-foot-long sweet treat weighs the same as a small child and contains around 38,130 calories. One serving of the hot dog is believed to be around 120 calories - but this snack may be better shared as it costs a whopping ??116 ($149.99). The bun is made from orange gummy while the dog itself is cherry-flavoured, topped with a mango tasting 'mustard'. And luckily the hot dog has a shelf life of 12-months - giving you enough time to work through it. It is available on US website Vat19.com, but the vendor says stocks are limited. The sweets are handmade exclusively for the website in North Carolina by Derek Lawson - who is known as 'The Gummy Bear Guy'.
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Jamie Salvatori, owner of Vat19.com said: Its an amazing spectacle.

Who wouldnt want this at a party or barbecue?

Its great for sharing and obviously a conversion piece of massive proportions.

Weighing 33 lbs, I wouldnt recommend anyone try to eat the entire confection in one sitting, but it does come in resealable packaging for subsequent snacking sessions.

Worlds Largest Gummy Sweets The sweets are handmade exclusively for the website in North Carolina by Derek Lawson - who is known as 'The Gummy Bear Guy'. www.vat19.com
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The site also sells other huge gummies – including an enormous pizza slice and an almost life-size version of a gummy snake.

The gummy python weighs 26 pounds, is nearly eight feet long and can be wrapped around your neck just like the real thing before you start to tuck in.

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The sites gigantic gummy pizza slice contains over 8,500g of sugar and has an orange-flavoured crust, strawberry-banana cheese, mango-flavoured peppers, and pepperoni slices that taste of cherry.

And a Coca Cola bottle ninety times the size of its real-life counterpart consists of over 1,000 calories and is available for just £10.

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