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Juice for Jobs: Atlanta Entrepreneur Expands Snack Business to Help Displaced Persons in Her Native Country of Georgia

Following the success of her organic rosehip juice business, NADI, Atlanta entrepreneur Nina Tickaradze is launching a second product that will provide further meaningful work for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in her home country of Georgia.

NADI, which means “collective work effort” in Georgian, employs people displaced by conflict in the Republic of Georgia’s South Ossetia region, a territory claimed by Georgia but occupied by Russia since 2008.

The company’s new dried apple chips are made with organic apples that are grown and harvested by displaced persons in Georgia. The product is set to launch this month, said Ms. Tickaradze, NADI’s founder and CEO, who is also the marketing director of Atlanta law firm Hall Booth Smith, P.C.

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