Here are some search tips to help you find what you're looking for:
Every word matters. All the words in your search will be used.
Capitalization isn't important. A search for “golean cereal” is the same as a search for "GoLEAN Cereal."
Most punctuation is ignored, including @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) = + [ ] \ and other special characters.
Keep it simple. If you're looking for a certain food, enter its name or as much of it as possible. If you're looking for a particular kind of food – whole grain or heart healthy, for example – enter the kind that you're looking for.
Imagine how the page you're looking for will be written. Search engines match your search words to pages on the web. Try to use the words that are most likely to appear on the page you're looking for.
Choose as few words as possible. Each word you search will narrow your focus. However, if you limit your search too much, you might miss what you're looking for.
Be specific. The more specific the word, the more likely you are to get relevant results.