SEATTLE — When today’s consumers — especially the 18 to 32 age group — want to know the nutritional value of a food or how to cook tilapia, they're more apt to ask a stranger than a family member, new research by The Hartman Group reveals. Communication with strangers most likely will be through social and digital media, the study shows. It indicates that almost half of consumers learn about food via social networking sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, and ...
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