After three decades, the EU milk quota policy has come to an end - arguably the most important policy shift in the bloc's agriculture regime in a generation.

The quota was designed to ensure a decent standard of living for dairy farmers as well as fair prices for consumers. But with the quota gone, the EU wants to cash in on the Asian market by exporting there.

Where does that leave dairy producers in Greece? John Psaropoulos reports.

Source: Al Jazeera