Whole Foods Receives $800,000 Fine for Overcharging California Customers

Whole Foods Market fined $800,000 for overpricing food
One of the golden rules of grocery shopping is to always check your receipt. Grocery stores make mistakes far more often than most people believe, and it’s important to keep your eyes open for these mistakes so you don’t end up paying more for your food than you should.

But what if the grocery store in question is being purposely deceitful in trying to get you to pay more than you should? That is apparently what Whole Foods stores in California have been doing. The good news is they have been caught, and will pay an $800,000 fine for their deceptive activity. The penalties include $630,000 in civil penalties, $100,000 to be placed into a consumer protection trust fund, and $68,0


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One Response to Whole Foods Receives $800,000 Fine for Overcharging California Customers

  1. WFJunkie says:

    LOL I love Whole Foods, but around here we call it Whole Paycheck!!! I need to start watching my receipts!

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