PALO ALTO, Calif. — Pinterest, the most recent darling of the social media world, is seemingly made for people who enjoy food and want to share it. Users create virtual pinboards on any subject they like, where they can tack photos that are linked to articles or web content. The themes of these pinboards often exert users’ personal style or interests, whether through food, fashion, home decoration or craft ideas. With customers actively sharing food ideas on Pinterest, ...

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