Fulton Fish Market’s Next Chapter; Activia Just Like Regular Yogurt

• The Fulton Fish Market space is being considered as a possible site for a year-round market. [Crain’s]

• Group Danone no longer claims Activia and Actimel yogurt brands have additional health benefits beyond those found in regular yogurt. [WSJ]

• The rising generation of French chefs are abandoning pretense “for the sake of creative cooking at a price most can afford.” [NYT]

• The last year has seen a significant drop in the spread of food-borne illnesses like shigella and E. coli, even though overall food-poisoning rates have stayed level. [AP]

• Doctors in the U.K. are banding together to support a bill to eliminate trans fats, following in the steps of New York and Denmark. [Guardian UK]

• A proposed international registry of whale DNA would aid in tracking down restaurants that illegally serve whale meat. [NYT]

• An academic study reveals that health-insurance companies hold almost $2 billion in fast-food stock, a possible conflict of interest. [CNN]