• Advocacy Blog

    Is Safe Catch Holding Tight To The Mercury Myth?

    Old News In Fast Company, Magazine editor Eillie Anzilotti  reports that the Safe Catch tuna testing company “Is On A Mission To Clean Up The Oceans.” Apparently Anzilotti didn’t bother to res...

  • Sustainability Blog

    Greenpeace’s Latest Fundraising Appeal: Another Meaningless Ranking

    Greenpeace's Focus on Fundraising It’s that time of year again - time for Greenpeace to ramp up their end-of-year fundraising efforts. The annual rank’n’spank from Greenpeace is once again focu...

  • Nutrition Blog

    Can pregnant women eat seafood? Washington Post Knows

    Relying on science-based reporting The Washington Post took a major step that more and more news outlets relying on science-based reporting are taking. They actually looked at the research surroundin...

  • Health Blog

    Safe Fish Abound; Fukushima Fears Unfounded

    Pacific Teems with Safe Fish A new study of seafood from the Pacific, titled Concerns Regarding Radioactivity in Migratory Seafood Negated, puts a pretty fine point on what years of research that cam...

  • Health Blog

    New Study Finds Fat Vital for Health

    New Study Tracks Diets of Thousands across 18 Countries There’s a large new study making waves about the relationship between dietary fats, carbs, and health. The research found that higher fat int...

  • Sustainability Blog

    UPDATE: How San Diego Magazine Handles Errors

    UPDATE: 08.25.17 Despite the fact that the reporter responsible for the story originally told us unequivocally that he would not be issuing a correction of any kind, the newly-edited story now be...

  • Health Blog

    Eating Fish Vital: Washington Post

    The Washington Post takes a break from reporting on the political storm du jour to highlight the importance of eating fish in today’s article titled “Fatty acids lower your risk of heart disease. ...

  • Advocacy Blog

    Reporters: You Can’t Put a Price On Accuracy… Actually Maybe You Can

    The price of accuracy in food reporting is a minimum of $177 million. ABC News’ parent company Disney is cutting a check to Beef Products Inc. for at least $177 million because its reporters chose h...

  • Health Blog

    Reporting On Tuna Study Fails Readers

    Not a Health Study When the LA Times and San Diego Union Tribune recently reported on a tuna study about contaminants in fish they both made a major mistake in their reporting… or, really, in what ...

  • Health Blog

    Eating more seafood has major impact on health, new study

    Encouraging new study Eating more seafood, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, is one of the best things Americans can do for their health, according to a new study. Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Publi...

Media Blog

    GG CCTV Screen GrabWhether it’s the tip of a hat for a job well done or a demand for correction keep up with NFI’s latest media work on the Media Blog from NFI's Vice President for Communications Gavin Gibbons.