Here are the retailers that are still selling Mario Batali’s products in the wake of sexual misconduct claims

Mario Batali.

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Mario Batali.
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Companies including Target and Eataly have pulled Mario Batali’s products after multiple allegations of groping and sexual misconduct were made against the celebrity chef.

Walmart said in a statement Thursday that it would be cutting ties with Batali’s brand, while Target announced Wednesday it would pull Batali’s pasta sauces and cookbooks from stores and online, Eater reported. Eataly, the 50,000-square-foot mecca of Italian food Batali helped bring to the US, pulled the chef’s products from shelves on Tuesday.

On Monday, Eater reported that four women had shared stories of Batali touching them inappropriately, with reports of improper behavior spanning two decades.

However, many other retailers are still stocking the chef’s products. Here are the retailers that haven’t caved to customers’ protests – yet.


Costco

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Costco sells Mario Batali sauces and hasn’t indicated it plans to stop. The retailer did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.


Kmart

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Kmart

Searching Kmart.com for “Mario Batali” yields no results, though if you go manually through the site, you can find Batali’s balsamic vinegar. The retailer didn’t reply to Business Insider’s request for comment.


Whole Foods

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Whole Foods has sold Mario Batali products in the past, but a current search on the company’s website doesn’t turn up any pastas or sauces. The Amazon-owned grocery chain did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment, so it is unclear if Whole Foods is planning to also cut the products from shelves.


Amazon

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Amazon

Amazon sells hundreds of Batali products, and it hasn’t taken down its page dedicated to the chef. The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.


Stop & Shop

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Stop & Shop

The grocery chain is still selling Batali products, according to the chef’s website. The company didn’t immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.


Publix

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The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment, but it is still selling Batali’s sauces and pastas online.


Shop Rite

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The grocery chain is still selling Batali products, according to the chef’s website. The company didn’t immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.


Walmart

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Walmart said in a statement to Business Insider Thursday that it would be cutting ties with Batali.

“The recent sexual misconduct allegations against Mario Batali are unacceptable. We’re ending our relationship with Batali and will discontinue our business with his brand,” the statement said.

Walmart is still selling the celebrity chef’s products online, with offerings like sauces, pastas, and Batali’s cookbooks. However, the company seems to have killed its “Mario Batali” landing page, and Batali’s “Big American Cookbook” is available at a steep discount.