KEASBEY, N.J. — Visitors to shoprite.com can broadcast to their Facebook friends the groceries they’re fond of thanks to a new “like” button feature added to the site last week by MyWebGrocer. 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, later this month. A shopper who is signed in to their Facebook account simply clicks the “like” button that corresponds to ...
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