When it comes to shopping, do you prefer driving to six different stores, getting in and out of your car six different times and trudging to and from each place, or do you prefer a mall where parking is plentiful and there’s an abundance of stores to choose from? Most Americans choose the latter, and this real-life preference is now being exercised online as well. Individual websites are the stand-alone stores, and Facebook is the mall. The future of both retail and foodservice ...
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