ATLANTA AND NEW YORK CITY– Oct. 29, 2018 – NADI organic rosehip drink was featured in a tasting event at the Georgian Artists Exhibition in New York City organized by fine art purveyor Madatart.
Guests sampled NADI and enjoyed paintings and other artwork on display at Susan Eley Fine Art on West 90thStreet, which hosted the event.
Madatart features the work of prominent Georgian artists including Gigo Gabashvili, Elene Akhvlediani, Rusudan Fetviashvili, Irakli Farjiani, Edmond Kalandadze, Gogi Chagelishvili’s artworks from the private collection and Madatart artists Tsira Akhobadze, Nino Kurdadze, Nestan Jolia, Natia Bekauri, Maiko Jimsheleishvili, Ia Chanturia, Mariam Kapanadze, Papuna Dabrundashvili, Lola Sakhuria, Marika Mamuchishvili, Lasha Bagaturia and Lasha Vachnadze.
“We are so thankful to the organizers and supporters of the Georgian Artists Exhibition for their enthusiasm about NADI and for helping us bring this taste of tradition to America,” said Nina Tickaradze, who founded Atlanta-based NADI in 2014. She is originally from Tbilisi and immigrated to the United States more than 25 years ago.
NADI, which means “collective work effort” in Georgian, is made from an old family recipe using just three ingredients: organic rosehips, purified water and organic stevia plant-based sweetener.
NADI is also a socially responsible venture that creates jobs and financial stability for displaced persons in the country of Georgia who had to flee from regional conflicts and are struggling to rebuild their lives. NADI hires these workers to handpick the rosehip berries in the forests around the Caucasus Mountains.
The berries from the dog rose plant, rosa canina, are rich in dozens vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C and B Complex Vitamins. Each bottle of NADI has just 9 calories, and there are no added sugars, preservatives or artificial ingredients.
Check out http://www.madatart.com for more information.