Just a thought - the survivalist community currently sells itself very overpriced vac sealed meals with 10 year expiration dates. If you’ve ever seen survivalist documentaries, some of these people have entire cellars filled with tins of food.
If I was in charge of Soylents marketing, I would do some research into how we could market this product to the survivalist community. Once they realize that its so cheap, so small and can be stored for years, it will be logical to replace their stocks with Soylent. Imagine how little space Soylent would take in your bugout bag or shelves compared to clunky cans. This is one of the many reasons it appeals to me so much, because for someone on a low income, being able to buy months or even years worth of food of such quality that stores so easily is a dream come true.
I’m not really connected with this community, but I imagine that if this product was marketed to them in the right way, they’d be all over it.