Dear Friends! Help your children grow strong by making sure they get plenty of Vitamin C from the foods and drinks you give them. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that helps maintain healthy bones, teeth, hair and other tissues.
We’d like to share more information about the important role Vitamin C plays in women’s health. Vitamin C is powerful antioxidant that can slow or reverse free radicals that damage our cells, and it boosts immunity and helps us absorb iron. It also strengthens our skin, nails, teeth, hair and bones so we look and feel vibrant.
NADI Team & amazing friends! Thank you all for your support and hard work, to bring great tradition of ancient Georgia to the US.We have few missing in these photos but wanted to make sure to thank each one of you!
Dear Friends! Our health is so important, and that’s one of the reasons we wanted to share the rosehip drink of our childhood with the rest of the world. The organic wild rosehips we use to make NADI are packed with naturally occurring antioxidants, which help protect our cells.
The next time you’re dining out at these local restaurants, ask for a refreshing bottle of NADI to drink with your meal! The delicate floral flavor of NADI rosehip drink pairs well with fish and seafood, as well as chicken, pasta and more robust dishes such as beef or lamb.
Hi Friends! We love drinking NADI for so many reasons — it’s refreshing and reminds us of the delicious drinks our mothers and grandmothers made when we were children.
We have some exciting news! NADI is now available in many Atlanta area stores, from local neighborhood markets to health food stores and beyond. You can find NADI at intown markets such as the Candler Park Market, Savi Provisions on Peachtree Street near 10th Street in Midtown, Sevananda Natural Foods Market in Little Five Points and BOND Organic Market in East Atlanta Village.
Hello Friends! We wanted to tell you a little more about the beginnings of NADI. When we first decided to start making our beloved rosehip drink, we knew right away that we would use a recipe that we remembered fondly from childhood — a famous family recipe by Gaga’s grandmother, Anastasia. Anastasia was an English teacher from the Sachkere region in Georgia. She is remembered for being