UK: Greek organic dairy sector to take root
The organic dairy sector is set to take off in Greece as the government introduces European regulations on organic livestock production. Greece is the only country in the European Union (EU) that has not implemented EU regulations on organic livestock production. There is no formal production of organic meat & dairy products in Greece, and there are no subsidies provided to conventional livestock farmers converting to organic farming. As a result, there is a dearth of organic dairy farmers and the domestic market is entirely supplied by imports.
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