If you recently picked up some cilantro before hopping on the PATH you may want to double check the label. California-based Pacific Cilantro is recalling 6,141 cartons of its cilantro (or "coriander" if you're a Herb) after the FDA found salmonella in a sample. NBC reports that no illnesses have been recorded, and that the cilantro is being pulled from six other states besides New Jersey.

The affected cilantro has "Pacific" printed on the twist tie and carries a UPC code of 33383 80104. Those who believe that cilantro tastes like soap probably have nothing to worry about. And relax: no one's taking away your Craisins.