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Whole Foods Market overcharging customers?


New York -- New York City has launched an investigation of Whole Foods Market after investigators found the chain routinely overcharging customers on groceries during dozens of inspections dating back to at least 2010, the Daily News reported.

Inspectors from the Department of Consumer Affairs weighed 80 different types of items at Whole Foods’ eight locations in the city that were open at the time. They found every label was inaccurate, with many overcharging consumers, agency spokeswoman Abby Lootens told The News.

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