One company sure to survive our current drought is Starbucks, as all of the coffee company's raw materials are grown internationally. Consumer-goods analyst Austin Smith thinks Starbucks has an advantageous cost structure compared with other food companies. If Starbucks gets pulled down any further, it could be a great buy.
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