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    Heads up, Bay Area: If you shop at certain Whole Foods stores, your payment information may have been hacked.

    (Published Friday, Oct. 6, 2017)

    Heads up, Bay Area: If you shop at certain Whole Foods stores, your payment information may have been hacked.

    Whole Foods officials said in September that the credit and debit card information of people who bought meals or drinks at its in-store restaurants or bars were exposed to hackers.

    Eight of the 470 locations affected are in major cities in the Bay Area, including San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara and Walnut Creek. 

    The grocer, which was recently acquired by Seattle-based online retailer Amazon.com Inc., is investigating the hack, but says it did not affect its main checkout registers or any Amazon.com shoppers.

    Below is a list of local stores where customer payment information may have been compromised:

    Cupertino

    20955 Stevens Creek Boulevard

    Tap Room, Gengi Asian Venue

    Dublin 

    5200 Dublin Boulevard

    Tap Room, Gengi Asian Venue

    Mill Valley

    731 East Blithedale Avenue

    Tam Tam

    San Francisco

    Potrero Hill:

    450 Rhode Island St

    Burger Venue, Coffee Bar

    SoMa:

    399 4th Street

    Tap Room, Gengi Asian Venue

    San Jose

    777 The Alameda

    Pizza Venue, Sushi Venue, Tap Room

    Santa Clara

    2732 Augustine Drive, Suite 1600

    Burrito Venue, Sandwich Venue, Tap Room

    Walnut Creek

    2941 Ygnacio Valley Road

    Tap Room, Taqueria Venue

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