A nationwide data breach has hit 15 Southern California Whole Foods stores.
The market chain first announced the data breach in late September and after an investigation the company revealed dozens of stores in 30 states were hit.
The company says the credit card systems in the in-house restaurants and taprooms were hit and those who only shopped on Amazon or in the grocery store are safe.
“The software copied payment card information — which could have included payment card account number, card expiration date, internal verification code, and cardholder name — of customers who used a payment card at these venues.”
Here are a list of stores hacked:
- Huntington Beach, 7881 Edinger Ave Suite 150: sandwich venue, sushi venue, taproom
- Brea, 3301 E. Imperial Hwy.: the taproom
- Laguna Niguel, 23932 Aliso Creek Road: The taproom
- Irvine, 8525 Irvine Center Drive: the Asian venue, coffee bar, juice bar, pizza venue, taproom
- Tustin (The District), 2847 Park Ave.: the taproom
- Newport Beach (Fashion Island), 415 Newport Center Drive: taproom
- El Segundo (Plaza El Segundo), 760 South Sepulveda Blvd.: the taproom, Kogi restaurant, sushi venue
- Downtown Los Angeles, 788 S. Grand Ave.: pizza venue, sandwich venue, taproom, Chego Asian venue
- Silver Lake 365, 2520 Glendale Blvd.: Fresh Eats Venue
- Pasadena (Arroyo), 465 South Arroyo Parkway: taproom
- Pasadena, 3751 E. Foothill Blvd.: taproom
- Venice, 225 Lincoln Blvd.: wine bar.
- Playa Vista, 12746 West Jefferson Blvd. Suite #1100: taproom
- Palm Desert, 44-459 Town Center Way: taproom
Have any questions? You can call 1-888-818-7100.