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Nina Tickaradze of NADI: “Government should do more”

As a part of our series about “Why We Need More Women Founders”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nina Tickaradze. Nina Tickaradze is the Founder & CEO of NADI, LLC, a woman-owned business that makes all-natural rosehip juice drinks and Happy Hearts dried apple chips that were inspired by old...

Healthier alternatives to potato chips that you must try

Potato chips are delicious and can be paired with lots of other foods or can be enjoyed alone.  No matter how you eat them the fact remains is that they’re unhealthy and can cause long-term problems including high blood pressure and stubborn belly fat.  With there being so many healthier alternatives to...

Meet Nina Tickaradze, interview with VoyageATL

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nina Tickaradze. Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?I’m originally from the country of Georgia, which has a very rich...

Nina Tickaradze of NADI: Why We Need More Women Founders & Here Is What We Are Doing To Make That Happen by Authority Magazine

Women tend to have a lot of other demands on their time and energy, like raising children, cooking meals, running carpool, cleaning and keeping family life running smoothly. Some of them are intimidated by the idea of leaving their day job and take on the risk of starting a new...

Diverse brands from east of the Mississippi River by New Hope Network

NADI Rosehip Juice Original Atlanta-based Nina Tickaradze founded this brand as a social venture to create job opportunities for refugees from her native Georgia—a country where vitamin C–rich rosehip juice is traditionally known to promote health. The organic rosehips in this clean-label beverage, sweetened with a touch of stevia, grow...

Stock Up: Three ways to enjoy apples

Apple chips from NADI Nina Tickaradze, a native of Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia, now lives in Atlanta. In 2017, she and a friend in Tbilisi decided to begin making and bottling the traditional Georgian rosehip drink their mothers and grandmothers made for them as children. Not...