The New York Post: Whole Foods says hackers tried to steal data from credit-card swiping machines

And the hacks just keep on coming.

Whole Foods, one of the country’s most popular grocery chains, is facing a credit card security breach involving its taprooms, restaurants and other in-store venues.

The company released a statement Thursday saying hackers had targeted “point of sale systems” — which are the machines that customers use to swipe or insert their cards — in the attempt to steal data.

“Whole Foods Market recently received information regarding unauthorized access of payment card information used at certain venues such as taprooms and full table-service restaurants located within some stores,” the statement said, explaining that those who shopped for groceries were likely not affected.

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