How many vitamins would you need to make up for your fast food habits?

Japanese fast food chain Dotonbori sees malnutrition in the country as a cause for worry. It built a small pop-up that gave away free vitamin supplements to junk food eaters.

To join in on the program, people must present receipts from any fast food chain. Popular snack items such as American-style burgers, pizza, gyudon and ramen all fall under the unhealthy snacks category.

These food items were analyzed prior and a chart showing which nutrients they lack are shown to the store visitors who want to avail of the freebie pills. Then, from a pile in front, the pharmacist picks out vitamins that are scarce in the junk food to give to the visitor.

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