And you are misreading what I called "bullshit." Caring and making smart consumer choices (or practicing activism or protests or awareness campaigns) is not so rare a resource that we need to "prioritize" our concern or actions. It's become really fucking easy to look up companies and be a thoughtful, ethical consumer in general. My point is that human suffering exists in many places, and when we learn of examples of it, we are confronted with what we're going to do about that.
There is no ethical consumption under late capitalism. I do not even disagree with your assessment that we ought to change their situation, but if that attempt at change is rooted in some idealized perspective of capitalism disguised in the veils of good old Social Democracy and voting with one's wallet, I can almost assure you that the changes will be surface level at best.