Many ecolabels that certify certain sustainability aspects of food products only consider a small portion of the food product's life cycle.
A prominent example may be the MSC label which addresses the environmental impacts caused by fish products during the fishing stage (overfishing, bycatch and more) but not the impacts occurring after the fish is landed.
The KRAV ecolabel on the other hand takes at least the processing stage, additionally to the fishing stage, into account.
More information about these two labels can be found in a paper by Thrane et al. (2008): Eco-labelling of wild-caught seafood products.
Are there more ecolabels (the bigger the more interesting) which consider more than one stage (which may be identified - but don't have to - as resource extraction/growing to harvesting, processing, packaging, transport, consumer stage, waste) of food production?