Recently discovered by the Whole Foods company was the possibility that nine of its Bay Area locations had their credit card information exposed to hackers.
Customers who bought groceries at 56 stores through the country were unaffected by the breach. However those who frequent the in-store table-service restaurants and taprooms at those locations may have had a breach in their credit card information. The main registers of the store were unaffected.
The breach in security was made public last week, along with the nationwide locations that were affected. The link to the site that shows affected stores is here.
Two San Francisco locations, three in the South Bay, and other parts of the Bay Area. Currently it is unclear how many customers were affected by the breach.