Social media platforms and influencers have massive authority in marketing. There are now approximately 3.2 billion global social media users, according to a report by We Are Social and Hootsuite, while a study by Adobe also discovered that UK users consume around 6.9 hours of online content a day. Similarly, there was an approximate 325% increase in Google searches for “influencer marketing” in 2017, as well as 230 new platforms and agencies focused on influencer marketing over the past two years. Clearly, what we see on our phone, tablets and laptops matters. But how does this trend towards online consumption affect British food and drink companies? And are pubs, cafes and restaurants across the country choosing to engage or disregard the influence of social media? What Do Those In Cater...