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What does SUSTA stand for?

SUSTA stands for Southern United States Trade Association (New Orleans, LA)

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The Southern states of America have historically been known for their conservatism, but when it comes to food they're radical free thinkers and leaders of a fiery Tex-Mex revolution in the UK The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) is a private, nonprofit making body funded by federal and state government and private industry.
NEW ORLEANS -- Data just released by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) show America's food and agriculture exports reached a record $141 billion in 2012, and today the Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) highlighted particularly strong growth in exports from the southern region of the country.
Role Will Give Louisiana's Agriculture and Food Sector a Unified Force to Enhance its International Competitiveness NEW ORLEANS -- The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) announced today that its executive director, Jerry Hingle, has been named chairman of the newly formed Agriculture Committee of the World Trade Center of New Orleans, with the goal of enhancing the Louisiana agriculture and food sector's export competitiveness and voice on international trade issues.