I get really annoyed when I look online at low carb products. The amount of money that they charge taking complete advantage of people with pre diabetes or diabetics. They know that we are all desperate to find something that we can eat etc. The amount that they charge is quite frankly disgusting. Why don't the supermarkets sell more low carb foods? I am sure that they would make a good prophet. Some do Lowcarb Zone products but not all. Here in the North of Yorkshire Bridlington, it is very difficult to get Lowcarb Zone products. They do a low carb rye bread for 3 grams a slice. You can buy it on Amazon but you pay silly money. 6 quid for three slices, then you have to buy 24 quids worth before Amazon will deliver. I am hoping that the supermarkets will get their act together and start to sell more low carb products for us.