Both restaurant suppliers and operators were using a wide variety of social-media platforms during the National Restaurant Association show in Chicago, posting everything from the foods they were eating to celebrity chefs they were meeting. And a growing number of vendors were offering ways to incorporate social-media users into everything from reservations systems to loyalty programs. Many of them were applications for smartphones. About 49 percent of consumers use social media to ...

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