PHILADELPHIA — Sushi restaurants and takeout shops long ago became fixtures in large U.S. cities, but many Americans still view sushi as an exotic, unfamiliar food. This year, Genji Sushi, which operates sushi stations in 137 Whole Foods locations throughout the U.S., has been changing that perception by leveraging Facebook. The social networking site has been ideal for getting their fans talking with one another, according to Genji's Marketing Director Ken ...

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