Whole Foods: We've been hacked and your credit and debit card data could be compromised

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Shopper at Whole Foods wistfully lamenting how little her pay cheque buys at the supermarket
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Shopper at Whole Foods wistfully lamenting how little her pay cheque buys at the supermarket

Just Whole Foods, definitely not its new owner Amazon, the company claims

Whole Foods, the upmarket US supermarket chain recently acquired by Amazon, has admitted to a point-of-sale data breach compromising customers' credit and debit card details. The company was quick...

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