KOCHI: Aiming at Limca Book of Records, the Gozzip group, an upcoming chain of restaurants in association with Spring Fruits, Vegetables and Dry Fruits made a 100-m-long chicken wrap at the Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies, Kakkanad, as part of the national-level management fest, Inflore-14.
“The wrap is special not only for its length but also its theme - seven wonders of taste - as seven different spices have been sourced from seven countries,” said Thanseer, a Gozzip associate.
The array of spices include Gozzip pepper a secretspice mix, Bhut Jolokia, Tabasco, Wasabi, Piripiri, Sriricha and Lemon pepper. The chicken wrap weighs about 200 kg with 50 kg of chicken, 75 kg of vegetables and seven spice marinates stuffed in a long healthy bread.
Sudeep Karat, Wilson, Pradeep, Noushad and Thanseer are the minds behind the event.
There were around 600 participants at the tenth edition of Rajagiri Centre for Busines Studies’ Inflore.
Joseph Injodey, principal, delivered the keynote address. The capstone of the inauguration was the theme dance by the seniors students of Rajagiri. To commemorate the transition from last year’s theme Game of Thrones to this year’s theme Transformers: Age of Survival, a hybrid dance was performed. Choreographed by Abbas of Idea Star Singer fame, the dance flawlessly blended both themes into a wonderful performance.
The concluding event for Inflore-14 was Metroplex, the theme show which taps the creativity and talent of the competitors and requires superb teamwork.
The jury comprised Reji Bhaskar,Dalu Krishnadas, actor Boney and social entrepreneur Ann Joseph.
Another event on the final day was Reflector, the photography contest which was judged by the ace photographer Aghosh Vyshnav.
The chief guest of the valedictory was Nishanthini, Deputy Commissioner of Police. Fr Antony Kariyil, director of RCBS, Saji George and student coordinator and Shweta J P spoke. The overall winner was SCMS, Cochin and Amity, Cochin was the first runners-up.