Burger, pizza, kebab, curry, ready meals, fish and chips, toasties and milkshakes and smoothies could all provide valuable nutrients the firm claimed.
A Desirablebody.co.uk spokeswomen told this website she hoped food and drink manufacturers could use the information to make fast food healthier.
“We wanted to find out if ‘junk’ or fast food actually had any nutritional benefits, and we found out that some foods aren’t quite as bad as you think.
“Of course we're not advocating to eat this food over your regular five a day – but we hope it encourages food manufacturers to consider more creative ways of making fast food better for you.”
To find out where key nutrients are ‘hiding’ in food traditionally consumed on the go and what benefits they can bring, view the infographic below.