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Whole Foods says tap-rooms, restaurants hit with credit card data hack

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Whole Foods says hackers got access to credit card information for customers at some of its in-store tap-rooms and restaurants.

The company is not saying which locations were targeted or how many customers may be involved.

But if you used your credit card at any of the Whole Food locations in Connecticut, keep an eye on your account.

Sonic Restaurants reported a similar hack this week.

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