Although no cases have been reported in Florida, Public Health officials say it's better to be safe than sorry.
Marion County Health Department spokesman Thomas Moore says you can never be too safe when it comes to your health.
"It cannot be washed off that's why they re-called it. Once it's on there on that particular product, it stays there," said Moore.
The only tomatoes in the recall are Roma's, Red Plum and Red Round Tomatoes. The Cherry and Grape Variety are okay. The Federal Department of agriculture still isn't sure how the tomatoes became infected.
In addition, locally grown tomatoes are safe to consume.
The Whole Foods Market only buys organic, and says they are taking the recall seriously to protect their customers.
"What we have done is...we've removed all the tomatoes...roma and market fresh," said Desiree Cardenas, employee. "We have also removed all of our salads in our deli and anything containing any type of tomatoes. We've also removed tomatoes from our salad bar."
Publix, Winn Dixie, and Albertsons said that if you've purchased any of the tomatoes mentioned in this story from them, they will issue a full refund.
In addition, tomatoes grown in Florida have been determined safe to eat by the US Food and Drug Administration.
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