The FDA has announced a partial ban on cilantro from specific locations in Mexico after multiple outbreaks of cyclosporiasis.
Human feces and toilet paper were found in growing fields in Puebla, Mexico so all cilantro from this state will be detained and inspected at the border. The partial ban will last from April to August 30 each year.
According to an article from msn.com, both Kroger and Walmart are pulling some cilantro from their shelves as a precaution. They are restocking with cilantro from other regions.
For more information on the ban, see Consumerist.com.