Coffee culture is big business. But is something nasty lurking in that cup of joe?
Starbucks and Nespresso have helped revolutionize how people drink their coffee. Coffee companies make bold claims about their ethically sourced beans and optimal working conditions. But are they being entirely honest with their customers?
This undercover investigation documentary discovers some shocking activity at coffee farms including children forced to pick beans for a pittance.
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