Tequila Shortage

NPR's Joanne Silberner reports on the shortage of one of tequila's main ingredients. There was a glut in the industry a decade ago, so farmers stopped planting. Now that demand for the drink has returned, Mexican planters are racing to catch up. American fans of tequila may eventually feel the pinch at the cash register.



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