These days, it's hard to do anything online without encountering a cluster of Tic-Tac shaped social media icons. As the popularity of social media networking grows every day, more retailers are turning to social media tools to communicate with customers. And, although the resources and promotions supermarkets provide run the gamut, many of the most interactive campaigns incorporate fresh foods departments. For instance, the Onalaska, Wis.-based Festival Foods' recently brought attention to ...
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