Hackers stole payment data from taprooms and in-store restaurants at some Whole Foods Markets. Now the company has rolled out an online tool to help consumers find out which stores in their area may have been affected.
Hackers stole payment data from taprooms and in-store restaurants at some Whole Foods Markets. Now the company has rolled out an online tool to help consumers find out which stores in their area may have been affected. Eric Gay The Associated Press file
Hackers stole payment data from taprooms and in-store restaurants at some Whole Foods Markets. Now the company has rolled out an online tool to help consumers find out which stores in their area may have been affected. Eric Gay The Associated Press file

Are you part of the Whole Foods data breach? Here’s how to find out

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