NADI is delighted to participate in the UMA Holistic Fair to promote healthy living through nutrition, fitness and other self-care techniques such as meditation and essential oils.
We are excited to tell you that NADI will be a featured product at the Healthy Food Expo in New York, which is one of the most important gatherings of influential restaurateurs who are passionate about natural ingredients and healthier eating. The three-day show runs March 3-5, and is part of the 2019 International Restaurant & Foodservice Show at the Javits Center in New York City. Hundreds
On this day in 1887, residents in Pennsylvania first celebrated Groundhog Day by luring one of the furry creatures out of its burrow as a predictor of how much longer winter would last. Legend has it that if the groundhog sees its shadow, it will get scared and retreat for another six weeks of winter weather. If it doesn’t see its shadow, spring weather will
Millions of people make resolutions for the new year, but by mid-February 80% have already failed. Often times, people feel overwhelmed by the goals they set or get discouraged by small misses such as not making it to the gym one day.
When family and friends gather to celebrate the holiday season, serve this festive cocktail for a balance of sweetness and tartness that will delight family and friends. The Rosehip Blush cocktail is an easy beverage to make, with just three primary ingredients that are easy to find. You can buy NADI organic rosehip drink here. The Vitamin C from the berries of the rose bush that are
For many generations, rosehips have recognized for their healing power and flexibility in treating numerous ailments. Rosehips are the fruit of the rose bush, and they are one of the best naturally occurring sources of Vitamin C on the planet. When perfectly ripe, some rosehips have as much as 25 times more Vitamin C by weight than other citrus fruits like lemons and oranges. During World War
Whatever your beliefs or religion, having special rituals and traditions helps us feel nurtured and loved by families, friends and communities. In the country of Georgia, one beloved tradition is supra— a lavish feast with many courses that can last three or four hours. Another tradition that many Georgians remember fondly from childhood is drinking rosehip beveragesthat their mothers or grandmothers made from wild-grown berries they handpicked