Brazil's drought creates a surge in global coffee prices
Global coffee consumption continues to rise.
If you happen to be drinking your morning coffee right now you might want to take a few extra moments to savor it...
A severe drought in Brazil has hit its coffee-growing region hard in recent months, helping to push prices up and ruining crops in the world's biggest coffee producing country.
So what does it mean for farmers in Brazil -- and for the price of your cappuccino?
The BBC's Katie Watson joins Marketplace's Stacey Vanek Smith to discuss.