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Watch Colbert Mock 'Cage-Free' Whole Foods for Getting Caught Using Prison Labor

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Whole Foods is in the midst of yet another controversy. This time, it's over profiting off of cheap prison labor. Since Whole Foods has been apologizing so much lately (remember "asparagus water?"), Stephen Colbert is helping them out with some apologies in advance. And we know that Colbert is good with apologies. He even managed to apologize to Donald Trump a few weeks ago.

Check out Colbert's Whole Foods apologies:

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