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ASTAAmerican Society of Travel Agents (Alexandria, VA)
ASTAAmerican String Teachers Association
ASTAAmerican Seed Trade Association
ASTAAmerican Sail Training Association
ASTAAllgemeiner Studentenausschuß (Common Students Committee)
ASTAAustralian Science Teachers Association
ASTAAdvanced Software Technology and Algorithm
ASTAAmerican Spice Trade Association
ASTAAssociation of Secondary Ticket Agents (UK)
ASTAArkansas Science and Technology Authority
ASTAAnti-Spam Technical Alliance
ASTAAssociation for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (Oregon)
ASTAarctic silver thermal adhesive
ASTAApplied Science and Technology Abstracts
ASTAAerospace Technologies of Australia
ASTAAdvanced Software Technology and Algorithms
ASTAAfrican Seed Trade Association
ASTAArkansas Science Teachers Association
ASTAAlabama Science Teachers Association
ASTAArizona Science Teachers Association
ASTAArkansas State Teachers Association
ASTAAirport Surface Traffic Automation
ASTAAssociation of Short Circuit Testing Authorities
ASTAAustralasian Sleep Technologists Association
ASTAArab Scientists and Technologists Abroad (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
ASTAA Smart Thin Architecture (ASTA Technology Group)
ASTAAlaska Science Teachers Association
ASTAAccelerating Software Technology Adoption (SEI initiative)
ASTAAdvanced Software Technology and Applications
ASTAAllgemeine Statistische Archiv
ASTAAdvanced Spatial Technologies for Agriculture
ASTAAdvertisers Syndicated Television Association
ASTAAmerican Scouting Traders Association
ASTAAMANDA Supernova Trigger Algorithm
ASTAAviation System Test Activity
ASTAAustralasian Sports Technology Alliance
ASTAAquatic Systems and Technology Applications (USGS)
ASTAAmerican Society of Trauma Anesthesiologists
ASTAAlternative Strategies for Tax Administration
ASTAAustralian Studies Teachers Association
ASTAAdvanced Strategic Transport Aircraft
ASTAAnxiety State Traits Assessment
ASTAAmerical Sail Training Association
ASTAAviation and Space Technology Academy (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)
ASTAAuckland Science Teachers Association
ASTAAmerican Science Teachers Association
ASTAAmateur Sand Trap Association
ASTAAerial Surveillance & Target Acquisition
ASTAAdvanced Speech Technologies Allocations
ASTAAmerican Seed Trial Association
ASTAAvancerad Service- och Telefoniapplikation
ASTAAssociation Sportive du Troisieme Age (French sports association)
ASTAAircrew Synthetic Training Aid(s)
ASTAAverage Ship Turn Around
ASTAAnaheim Secondary Teachers Association (California)
ASTAAmerican Surgical Trade Association
ASTAAssociation Santé au Travail de l'Ariège (French occupational health association)
ASTAAmerican Shroud of Turin Association
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The use of 'hot' spices, including black, white and red pepper and mustard seed, increased 71 percent between a four-year average of 1976 to 1980 and the most recent 1991 to 1995 figures provided by the American Spice Trade Association. Red pepper use in the United States jumped 125 percent in the same period, according to the association, which estimates that total consumption will reach 2 billion pounds before the year 2000.
Another example is the successful low-budget public relations campaign carried out by the American Spice Trade Association to promote spice consumption in the United States.
The American Spice Trade Association (ASTA) define spices in very broad terms as dried plant products used primarily to season food.
is sometimes used to describe pepper from Indonesia and Malaysia, and means the pepper meets the minimum standards of the American Spice Trade Association.
Incidentally, The American Spice Trade Association named Susan Abbott its president.
According to Spice Statistics 1995, the annual report compiled by the American Spice Trade Association, Englewood Cliffs, Calif., the most favored spices tend to be the hottest ones, such as black and white pepper, red pepper and mustard seed.
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