ATLANTA - NADI has added Happy Hearts apple chips to the juice company’s product line. The chips are never fried, baked, cooked or freeze-dried, but sliced ultra-thin and dried with techniques that make them super crunchy.
"NADI Happy Hearts apple chips are a delicious way to nourish our bodies and also support our mission of creating opportunities for economic mobility for refugees and farmers who work hard to produce the foods we eat," said Nina Tickaradze, Founder & CEO of NADI.
Tickaradze founded NADI to revive the ancient Georgian health tradition of rosehip juice, which dates back hundreds of years when people would forage and hand-pick berries from wild rosehip bushes and steep them to make tea-like drinks full of Vitamin C, flavonoids, polyphenols, antioxidants and dozens of other beneficial nutrients.
Each purchase of NADI Happy Hearts and NADI Wild Rosehip drinks helps the company advance its mission to strengthen local communities. As a social venture, NADI creates job opportunities for refugees in the country of Georgia who have been displaced by regional conflicts and supports farmers who practice sustainable growing and harvesting techniques.
The apple chips are naturally vegan, gluten free and fat free, and made with non-GMO apples. Like all NADI products, Happy Hearts never contain added sugar or artificial ingredients. They are available in two varieties, Granny Smith and Ida Red.