You can search “calories in X” or simply ask out loud after saying “OK, Google.” The result is a nutritional information box listing calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates and protein.
While there are plenty of calorie counting apps like MyFitnessPal already available, this just makes for a handy alternative.
Google has made no indication about whether it plans to expand the feature to include more restaurants over time.
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