Google Now Displays Fast Food Nutritional Info

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Google has displayed nutritional information in search results for about two years now – making it easy for you to quickly pull up the calorie counts for a head of cauliflower, or a bunch of grapes, for instance.

Now, Google is expanding this to include nutritional info on popular fast food items.

If you search "calories in big mac", for example, here's what you'll see:

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Searching a more generic phrase like "calories in McDonald's" will put up a scroll box of all the fast food chain's menu items, complete with calorie counts.

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Right now this only works for a handful of restaurant chains inside the Google app, as well as on desktop search.

Josh Wolford
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