Walmart sends letter to suppliers amidst Whole Foods investigation

In the aftermath of an investigation of Whole Foods for overcharging customers, Walmart sent warning letters to suppliers that said packages' ingredient listings better be truthful. Walmart's email warns suppliers of consumables offering the sale of any quantity less than what is actually represented "is illegal in every state." Any violation of this law could mean fines for Walmart, Sam's Club and the suppliers themselves. Story

Suggested Articles

Costco changes up its menu items, and Alibaba and Guess partner for a physical store.

Janey Whiteside, Walmart's new chief customer officer, is well acquainted with the importance of customer service in modern retail.

Whole Foods will offer deals on Amazon's Prime Day, and tariffs against China are causing pricing hikes.