Whole Foods acknowledges 'inadvertent' weighing errors

Whole Foods acknowledges 'inadvertent' weighing errors

Whole Foods Market officials on Wednesday acknowledged that the chain had made “inadvertent” weighing and measuring errors at its New York City stores and detailed a plan to reduce those incidents including increased training, engaging a third party to monitor progress, and offering customers a free-item guarantee.

The chain however denied allegations of “systemic overcharging” as described by the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs. The DCA last week announced it was investig

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