Whole Foods says hackers gained access to customers' credit card information

NEW YORK -- Whole Foods shoppers are being urged to check their credit card statements, after the company says it was hacked.

Reports say hackers gained access to customers' credit card information at some of its in-store tap rooms and restaurants.

Whole Foods, which is now owned by Amazon, did not say which locations were targeted, or how many customers were impacted. It is now using a top-cyber security forensics team to investigate the hack.