Burger King has launched a $2 snack box that offers tons of food, but what are customers really consuming?

The $2 deal, which features a cheeseburger, 10-piece chicken nuggets, medium fries, and a small drink, has a low price, but the number of calories in the meal may surprise some customers.

Using the Burger King website, the caloric intake of the meal comes in at nearly 1,150 calories, and that is without the small drink of choice. It also has 57.2 g of fat and 2,137.6 mg of sodium.

The Department of Health and Human Services guidelines indicates that a moderately active male in his 30s should consume about 2,600 calories a day, while a moderately active female in her 30s should eat about 2,000 calories a day. The agency also maintains that a healthy diet should include food from all food groups in recommended amounts.

The Burger King snack box comes in at nearly half the recommended daily calorie intake that a male needs a day, and more than half that a female needs to eat in one day. The meal deal is also nearly double the 657.3 calories found in the Whopper. The burger also has 39.8 g of fat and 982.6 mg of sodium.

For customers that still want to get their hands on the $2 snack box from Burger King, they’ll need to download the restaurant’s app. Here, they will find an “offers” tab that will list the snack box deal.

Keep in mind that some areas of the U.S. are selling the snack box for $3, according to social media reports.

Burger King is also offering $2 Whoppers on Wednesdays and a free Whopper when signing up as a new user of the app.

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The Burger King logo is pictured. AFP/Paul J. RICHARDS