On the surface almond milk is a pretty innocuous, even healthy, alternative to dairy milk.
But the name - those two words 'almond' and 'milk' - raise all sorts of questions. For example, how do you milk an almond? Even the best Kiwi cockie wouldn't be able to tell you where to put the cups.
The fact is, almonds make up less than two percent of the average carton on the supermarket shelf.
What's more, technically it can't even be called milk.
Liggins Institute chair David Cameron-Smith says almond milk is, instead, a manufactured product.