The prevalence of social media in dining, including Instagramming meals and liking brands on Facebook, has changed America's conversations around food and allowed for the emergence of cultural trends such as the push for locally grown products, according to a study from The Hartman Group. Social media has affected "the way we think about, talk about and experience food," and 43% of Americans use it to plan meals, according to the report.
Study: Social media has changed Americans' food culture
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