^i get you, we do have silk almond milk here but you can find only in one supermarket, and the individual portion (250ml) costs more than 2 dolars! when regular individual milk costs you less than a dolar! I personally think the ideology of my country is not completely changed to the fact that there exists alternative and probably even healthier ways of feeding yourself, that's why it is so hard to find soy or almond products and when you do they are extremely expensive (my best friend is just starting to veganism and she says people should totally do it, but is not that easy when you don't have enough money to buy all this expensive products as she does) i have only come across one soy yoghurt on one supermarket and yes, it is expensive. i really hope because i'm sure my country is not the only one, that other ones would open themselves to this alternative and healthier food, instead of letting other stuff like McDonalds get in their houses feeding them with cheap and unhealthy food. i do feel there is people wanting and trying to become vegetarian or vegan, but sometimes they can't because they don't have enough money to afford it?