We are so excited to share with you that NADI is one of the winners of the Stacy’s Rise Project 2020 that recognizes women founders who are making a positive impact in business. NADI was one of 15 companies that received a grant from the Stacy’s Rise Project, which empowers women entrepreneurs with funding, mentoring and professional networking so they can achieve financial success and growth in their business.
Stacy’s, which is now owned by PepsiCo, started as a humble sandwich cart and grew to a national brand sold in most major grocery chains with support from local retailers who gave the startup brand a chance.
“We are delighted and honored to be one of the winners of the Stacy’s Rise Project 2020 as we introduce the health benefits of our rosehip juices to more people,” said Nina Tickaradze, Founder & CEO of NADI. “It is such a joy to see a woman-owned business support other women entrepreneurs in mentoring and networking with each other, and I hope it inspires more women to start their own businesses.”
NADI is designated a woman-owned business by WBENC. The Atlanta, Georgia-based company is also a social venture with a mission to create jobs for refugees and people displaced by war and regional conflicts.
NADI’s organic all-natural rosehip drinks are full of Vitamin C, B Vitamins, antioxidants, flavonoids and other nutrients that strengthen the immune system, improve circulation, strengthen heart health and support overall health. The drinks are certified organic by the USDA, and they are naturally vegan and gluten free, and they never contain added sugar or artificial ingredients.
NADI drinks are available in The Fresh Market’s 160 stores in 25 states, and in various organic and health food stores across South East.