(CNN) Whole Foods isn't really happy about it, but the supermarket chain has settled a probe with New York City for overcharging customers for some of its prepackaged foods.
Whole Foods will pay $500,000 to "put the issue behind us," it said in a statement Monday. But it added that the city's Department of Consumer Affairs had "misrepresented" the agreement.
The grocer also said it refused to consider the city's initial demand to pay $1.5 million.
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