Fast Food AidInteriors | 24 May 2016
THE FIRST SUPPLEMENTS SHOP FOR FAST FOOD
The store opened in Tokyo and allows fast food lovers to replace the nutrients missing after the last meal. In exchange for the receipt from your last fast food meal, the store gives you the supplement for free with professional advice about its nutrition value. Imagine: if you ate pizza, you receive 24 tablets. If you ate hamburger, you receive 20 tablets.
The atmosphere of the store resembles a real laboratory, but in fact the Fast Food Aid is just an educational supplements shop that aims to educate about health, eating habits and nutrition.
Text: Isadora Faustino
Photos: Kaibutsu Design