KEASBEY, N.J. — visitors can broadcast to Facebook friends the groceries they're fond of now that a “like” button has been added to the site. “Consumers like sharing their product and brand preferences and we made it easier for them to do so,” said Cheryl Williams, spokeswoman for ShopRite/Wakefern. The “like” button can be used with items included in the “ShopRite from Home” online shopping service, and will roll out to recipes, online circulars and the items they contain, ...

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