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Free Vitamins Offered to Fast-Food Eaters

| Health , Harajuku

A temporary pop-up shop emerged in Tokyo’s Harajuku district called Fast Food Aid. Looking somewhat like a sleek laboratory, the door had a large orange cross and the window was lined with orange prescription medication bottles. What was being given away for free were vitamins to supplement the nutrients people weren’t getting from eating typical fast-food like burgers, pizza, fried chicken and ramen. All you had to do to get your free supplements is bring in a receipt for any fast-food purchase and lab “pharmacists” would then analyze your intake based on the receipt then give you a bottle of vitamins and nutrients to supplement what was missing.

Too good to be true? You'll be surprised to learn who sponsored this project! Why not read the full article at Spoon & Tamago below and get the full dose!

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