LAS VEGAS — Independent retailers need to use Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to reach their customers and interact with them, a panel of retailers told the annual convention of the National Grocers Association here last week. “It’s evident these networks are top-of-mind for consumers,” Carlos Smith, president of Bodega Latina Corp., Los Angeles, said. “The landscape is still relatively new, but the larger chains are already way ahead of us, so ...

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