Facing a shortage, Canada releases maple syrup from its reserves

The World

This past year has been rough for maple farmers in Quebec, Canada, which makes more than 70% of the world's syrup. To make up for a shortage, trade group Quebec Maple Syrup Producers is releasing 50 million pounds of syrup from its reserves to keep prices stable. The World's Marco Werman speaks with Quebec forestry expert Benoît Côté from McGill University.