The next day the baby broke out really bad, and we were thinking he might have gotten ahold of his brother's cookie or something. After 3 days of the poor little man feeling horrible and scratching like crazy, I finally wondered if his soymilk was bothering him. He seemed to get very crabby and itchy right after having a bottle or cup. My husband checked the ingredients, and would you believe Walmart's soymilk "may contain traces of eggs, milk, almonds and coconuts"! I was so mad. He is allergic to ALL of those things. I couldn't figure out why it had just started bothering him though. This was our fourth carton of the same stuff. Then I realized that this carton had gotten frozen in the back of the fridge, which caused it to separate, which must have allowed whatever is bothering him to be more easily digested. And I realized that his skin hasn't really been clear in a long time, so it probably was bothering him to some extent. I was so mad. I mean, really, do they think the majority of people buy soymilk just because they want to? I would think it's because of allergies most of the time. I didn't even think to check the ingredients on that because the whole reason I was buying it was because it wasn't real milk! ARGH. Anyway, I'm happy to report that since we switched to the Smith's brand, we haven't had any problems. His skin is beautifully clear. Live and learn, I guess ... and read every single label!