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On other issues, Minister Molale urged Nata residents to adopt green technology to find solutions to existing problems adding that Batswana were sitting on things that could change their lives for the better if exploited.
It's been dubbed as the ultimate 'snack drink,' since the healthy nata de coco bits make for a filling snack.
Nata & Co already has three premises, one on Clifton Street in Splott, one on Bute Street in Cardiff Bay and the other on Castle Street in the city centre.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA), the voice of aviation business for more than 75 years, is the public policy group representing the interests of aviation businesses before Congress and the federal agencies.
Mr Skates said: "Nata & Co is a great example of a thriving small business - its reputation for excellent Portuguese produce is well known here and beyond.
Incorporating nata at lower levels--10% to 20%--did not have detrimental effects on the physicochemical, textural, sensory and microbiological properties of regular fat frankfurters.
"Pastel de nata is just one of the wonderful delicacies from Portugal.
According to North American Telugu Association ( NATA) adviser Pailla Malla Reddy, Kranthi entered his house, complaining of chest pain.
In an emotionally charged message to the nation, 'Who killed Tony Greig?' Professor Carlo Fonseka, Chairman National Authority on Tobacco/Alcohol (NATA) has concluded that the death of the famous cricket commentator Greig is a 'pre-meditated murder'.
Given the availability of these data and the information on air lead levels by census tract and county from the USEPA National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment (NATA), we evaluated the linkage of these two comprehensive databases to determine the overall relationship at the ecological level as the first step in understanding the role of ambient air lead to childhood blood lead poisoning.