Kodak announced today that it is selling its Eastman Gelatine plant in Peabody, Mass. Could this be the beginning of a big sell-off?

At the time of a fantastic 1999 Wall Street Journal article (which I can now find online only here), Eastman was processing 80 million pounds of bovine skeletal remains a year to keep up with the world demand for photographic film. (And selling the rejects to make Jell-O, which apparently does not necessitate the same level of purity as the photo industry.)