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19 Sprouts stores the victim of malware attack

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Sprouts Farmer's Market announced Friday that 19 of the stores were attacked by sophisticated malware, possibly compromising customers' credit and debit card information.

The attack occurred between Jan. 25 and January 29, 2013, depending on the store. Sprouts believes fewer than 2 percent of customers were affected. Sprouts is working with law enforcement and credit card companies involved to determine if accounts were affected.

"After a thorough investigation conducted by the company along with a nationally recognized data security firm, we are unable at this point to confirm with certainty whether any accounts were in fact compromised," Sprouts stated.

Arizona stores affected

    Chandler, AZ (Dobson & Ray) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Mesa, AZ (Brown & Gilbert) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Peoria, AZ (83rd Ave. & Thunderbird) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Phoenix, AZ (19th Ave. & Northern) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Phoenix, AZ (28th St. & Indian School) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Glendale, AZ (51st Ave.& Peoria) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Mesa, AZ (Southern & Higley) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Oro Valley, AZ (Oracle & Magee) 1/25/2013-1/29/2013
    Surprise, AZ (West Point Pkwy & Bell) 1/26/2013-1/29/2013
    Avondale, AZ (Dysart & McDowell) 1/26/2013-1/29/2013
    Gilbert, AZ (Val Vista & Williams Field) 1/26/2013-1/29/2013
    Chandler, AZ (Queen Creek & Alma School) 1/26/2013-1/29/2013
    Glendale, AZ (57th Ave. & Bell) 1/28/2013-1/29/2013

Anyone who is concerned about fraud should monitor their statements for suspicious activity and contact your credit card company or bank.

Sprouts: www.sprouts.com/securityalertfaqs or 1-866-890-8949

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