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This morning I ran across a piece on PCmag's website about a new nutrition-focused search feature on Google.
Check it out here: "Google Brings Nutrition Information to Search" by Angela Moscaritolo
In a nutshell, Google is introducing a new way to present search results based on nutrition questions. The search giant has loaded data about fruits, vegetables, meats, cooking and nutrition in general into it's own database. Now when you ask "How many calories are in an apple?" you'll simply get the answer, not a list of links to wade through hoping to find the information you're looking for.
Cool. Well, cool for the simplicity of search. Not so cool for those of us that want to be found by readers. But, hey, it's a move in the right direction to give people the healthy information they desire. Way to go, Google!
This new feature rolls out on mobile and desktop searches in the United States during the first two weeks of June 2013. Will you be trying it out?
Until Next Time,
Whole Foods Living