The harassment, abuse, and sometimes death of the marine observers who uphold sustainable seafood standards are the industry’s worst-kept secrets. Critics say the people and companies that earn the most money on tuna aren’t doing enough to secure their well-being.
Food is not necessarily dangerous in and of itself - what is industry's/gov's role in creating an unsafe food system? What is ours?
Point is, there's a spectrum of insight into food; some are further along and more deliberate about their consumption. They spend time looking for food prepared certain ways, or by certain producers. They care about seasonality or production methods (or both). On the other hand, some are still learning...many are hoping to 'consumer better', but need easy tools to get started. This problem is complex, and always will be. I think this infographic and other tools that make knowledge/insight more accessible or digestible (pun unintended) are on measure a positive step in the right direction.
Now if we could only change the guidelines of food safety regarding pesticides etc. in this country, for those and preservatives and processing; are dangerous substances that people are sometimes consuming too much of.