Whole Foods Market acknowledged a cyber incident involving unauthorized access of payment card information used at specific venues such as taprooms and full table-service restaurants located within some of their stores. According to the company’s official statement, the point-of-sale systems used at these venues are different than those used for the primary register systems. Payment cards used at the primary register systems were not affected. Customers can visit the Whole Foods Market website to identify stores impacted by the breach. Three Whole Foods Market locations within New Jersey that were impacted by this incident include the Clark, Metuchen, and Vauxhall stores. The NJCCIC recommends customers who have recently used payment cards at the taprooms and full table-service restaurants located within the affected Whole Foods Market locations monitor their credit and debit accounts and report any fraudulent charges to their financial institution immediately.