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NADI, an Atlanta-based beverage company, is humbled and honored to support the Atlanta Human Rights Campaign’s annual fundraiser to advance equality. NADI donated 1,500 bottles of healthy, all-natural wild rosehip beverage for attendees of the Human Rights Campaign gala dinner on May 4 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Georgia.

The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization, with more than 3 million members. Since it was founded in 1980, the grassroots organization has worked tirelessly to achieve equality for all.

NADI is a socially responsible venture with a mission to create jobs for displaced refugees and create positive impact within local communities. We chose our name NADI because it means “collective work effort” in the Georgian language, and we are happy to be part of the collective effort to advance the mission of the Human Rights Campaign.

“We are proud to support the annual gala fundraiser for the Atlanta Human Rights Campaign, and everything that the organization stands for,” said Nina Tickaradze, Founder & CEO of NADI.

NADI beverages are certified organic by the USDA, and they are packed with Vitamin C and antioxidants. We never add sugar to the NADI drinks, and they are naturally low in calories and carbohydrates, and they are vegan, gluten free and made with non-GMO ingredients.

NADI hopes to revive an ancient health tradition of rosehip drinks that dates back many centuries. Rosehip drinks have long been recognized as a restorative beverage that naturally strengthens immunity, boosts energy, improves digestion, keeps skin and bones strong, promotes heart health and blood circulation, and keeps the entire body functioning properly.


NADI is an Atlanta-based company that produces USDA certified organic healthy beverages made with rosehips, which are loaded with Vitamin C and have been used for centuries as a health remedy. NADI is a socially responsible venture that creates jobs and opportunities for refugees displaced by regional conflicts, and our name means “collective work effort” in Georgian to recognize the family, friends and workers who make our drinks possible. NADI is a WBENC certified woman-owned small business enterprise founded by Nina Tickaradze, a native of Georgia who is making a difference in the lives of those touched by turmoil. NADI is proud to bring the ancient traditions of rosehip drink to the rest of the world.