Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services volunteer, Judy Clark, left, smiles at Warehouse Assistant, Aaron Smith as he places places food onto a scale to be weighed during a Guinness Book of World Record attempt in progress at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Service's distribution center on Wednesday Sept. 7, 2016. Last year they set the record with more than 170,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables in that time. This year they want to break the record by collecting at least 250,000 pounds for local food needs, kicking off the annual Farm to Fork Celebration in Sacramento.
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services volunteer, Judy Clark, left, smiles at Warehouse Assistant, Aaron Smith as he places places food onto a scale to be weighed during a Guinness Book of World Record attempt in progress at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Service's distribution center on Wednesday Sept. 7, 2016. Last year they set the record with more than 170,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables in that time. This year they want to break the record by collecting at least 250,000 pounds for local food needs, kicking off the annual Farm to Fork Celebration in Sacramento. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services volunteer, Judy Clark, left, smiles at Warehouse Assistant, Aaron Smith as he places places food onto a scale to be weighed during a Guinness Book of World Record attempt in progress at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Service's distribution center on Wednesday Sept. 7, 2016. Last year they set the record with more than 170,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables in that time. This year they want to break the record by collecting at least 250,000 pounds for local food needs, kicking off the annual Farm to Fork Celebration in Sacramento. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com

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September 07, 2016 11:41 AM

UPDATED September 22, 2016 11:04 AM

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