Roots of Tradition
It all began a few years ago when we, longtime friends Nina & Gaga, realized that we shared a passion for the delicious healthy rosehip drink we remembered from childhood.
Our goal at NADI is to revive the ancient healthy food traditions of our country of Georgia, which is known for its rich cultural heritage and the majestic forests of the Caucasus Mountains, and share them with the rest of the world. And giveback while doing it.
Making an Impact
We are proud to be a social venture with a mission to create jobs and economic opportunities for refugees who were displaced by regional conflicts in the country of Georgia.
We worked with refugee leaders to create a program matches refugees with job opportunities to help make our delicious NADI Wild Rosehip drinks and Apple Chips.
Each purchase of NADI helps plant the seeds of social entrepreneurism so future generations can thrive.
For many generations in our native country of Georgia, mothers and grandmothers made rosehip drinks for their families to prevent colds, improve digestion, strengthen skin and nails and boost energy.
Now, we employ displaced refugees to sustainably farm rosehips from the Caucasus Mountains to produce our antioxidant packed juices.
Georgians have sophisticated ways of drying and preserving freshly harvested fruit to make delightful dried fruit snacks called chiri. That tradition inspired our Happy Hearts Apple Chips, which are ultra thin and extra crispy and made with just one ingredient: apples.
We developed sophisticated drying techniques that make our NADI Happy Hearts apple chips super crunchy while preserving all of the nutritional benefits of the fruit.