Customers who shopped at Sprouts Farmers Market should keep a close eye on their bank statements over the next few weeks.
The grocery chain announced Friday that it found software in its system that compromised payment information processed at 19 of its stores, 13 of which were in Arizona.
The data — credit and debt card numbers without associated PIN numbers — was compromised between Jan. 25 and Jan. 29.
Sprouts has replaced the terminals in question.
The Arizona stores affected are as follows:
1813 N. Dysart Rd., Avondale
1959 W. Ray Rd., Chandler
2855 S. Alma School Rd., Chandler
2582 S. Val Vista Dr, Gilbert
5130 W. Peoria Ave., Glendale
5665 W. Bell Rd., Glendale
1933 E. Brown Rd., Mesa
5225 E. Southern Ave., Mesa
7665 N. Oracle Way, Oro Valley
8375 W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria
8040 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix
2824 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix
13759 W. Bell Rd., Surprise
The six other stores affected are in California.
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