PHOENIX — Sprouts Farmers Markets here said that 19 of its stores in Arizona and California were affected by a point-of-sale malware attack that may have compromised customer credit card data. Sprouts said the breach occurred between Jan. 25 and 29, depending on the affected stores. The retailer said it was working with law enforcement authorities and forensic experts to determine who might be responsible for the attack, which Sprouts said may have exposed certain debit and credit ...

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