Whole Foods Market has agreed to pay $800,000 to three Southern California cities following a statewide investigation that found the chain had what prosecutors called “widespread pricing violations.” The case grew out of an investigation of more than a year by state and county Weights and Measures inspectors, working with Whole Foods — an investigation that found the chain was charging more than the advertised price for a variety of food items in Los Angeles, Santa Monica ...

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