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Whole Foods in NYC under investigation for overpricing customers


By Rich Calder and Joe Tacopino

June 24, 2015 | 2:09am

The city Department of Consumer Affairs is investigating Whole Foods for allegedly deceiving customers with incorrect weight-based pricing, the company disclosed Tuesday.

Whole Foods denied the allegations and said it would “refund any items found to have been incorrectly weighed or priced.”

Company spokesman Michael Sinatra said the upscale grocer would never resort to such sleazy tactics.

“Whole Foods Market has never intentionally used deceptive practices to incorrectly charge customers,” Sinatra said in a statement.

3 thoughts on “Whole Foods in NYC under investigation for overpricing customers

  1. no shit

  2. That’s why it takes a whole paycheck to shop there.

  3. Never shopped there, never will. Hey, dum dum want gum gum. Grow your own gardens again! Take control of your life. Maybe cut your own lawn and clean your own house? Husbands Golfing, Wives smoking Pot.. we don’t have time for those chores…we live in Richwood!

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