Rich Snippets lets users see quick recipe facts as part of the snippet and makes it easier to determine if the page has what they’re looking for. Google’ve “added support for rich snippets in more language: simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Also, published documentation on how to mark up your sites for rich snippets (You can change Help language by scrolling to bottom of help page and selecting the language you want from drop-down menu). You can read the documentation to take advantage of the different types of rich snippets currently supported: people profiles, reviews, videos, events and recipes. You can also use testing tool (in English only, but useful to test markup in any language) and start validating your markup to make sure results show as you would expect,” writes Google.