The Fast Food Aid In Tokyo Provides Free Vitamins To Take-Out Diners

By: Misel Saban - May 14, 2016
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The Fast Food Aid is a pop-up located in Tokyo that compensates for the foodie take-out culture by offering free vitamins to provide nutrients to eaters. The idea is that constantly eating fast food causes a depleted diet, and so Fast Food Aid is an establishment consumers can visit to receive free vitamins and minerals to compensate.

The pop-up location is a small hole-in-the-wall establishment marked by perscription bottles and neon signs that read "for free" in the front window. The facility is stocked with lab technicians that provide consumers with a dosage specific to their diet. The pill prescriptions are organized in dosage by bottles marked with different fast food items ranging from pizza to ramen and sweet desserts. The location is meant to act as a dramatization of the harmful effects of eating fast food on a daily basis.