tells AdWeek that while Good Housekeeping's seal is based on science and rigorous testing, Bon Appétit's will be about taste. But not everyone is convinced: some argue that Bon App's "high-end image" might scare off food marketers who worry the seal will make their products look too expensive to consumers. Seth Diamond of CatapultRPM, a CPG-focused marketing firm, says Bon App will "need to work hard to explain what the seal stands for and strenuously support it with marketing." Tell us: how would Bon Appétit's Seal of Approval affect your opinion of a product? Would you be more likely to purchase it?
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