Whole Foods is reporting a credit card breach.
The company, which is owned by Amazon, says hackers got access to credit card information for customers at some of it's in-store taprooms and restaurants.
Experts say hackers targeted machines where you swipe or insert your credit card.
Whole Foods isn't saying what locations were targeted, or how many customers may be involved.
The company says it has contacted police and is using a top cyber-security forensics firm.
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