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Dr. David Lawrence Yeung

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Owner

Phone: (415) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.com
HRD Coffee Shop
521 #A 3Rd Street
San Francisco, California 94107
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Ph.D.
  • PhD
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The original business served traditional ...
hrdcoffeeshop.com, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
The original business served traditional American breakfasts, sandwiches, ice creams and fountain drinks until 2009 when Chef David Yeung took over the helm. His vision was to bring a new and unique casual dining experience to this beloved neighborhood establishment. Today, we are known simply as HRD.
Chef David Yeung
David Yeung, a graduate of the California Culinary Academy, purchased the restaurant from the original owner of HRD. Chef Yeung's career spans over 20 years of having worked at various 5-star hotels and restaurants throughout San Francisco. Chef Yeung's passion is evident in the food he creates. His menu offers a unique combination of Asian, Latin and North American cuisine. The dishes he serves at HRD truly reflect his love for San Francisco's rich cultural diversity.
HINI :: Heinz Infant Nutrition Institute - Who We Are
www.hini.org, 8 Aug 2010 [cached]
David Lawrence Yeung, Ph.D. HINI :: Heinz Infant Nutrition Institute - Who We Are
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David Lawrence Yeung
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David Lawrence Yeung, PhD
Consulting Nutritionist 31 Haddington Ave. Toronto, ON M5M 2N8
David is a consulting nutritionist. He retired as Director, Global Nutrition, H.J. Heinz Company in the spring of 2005, after 29 years of service.
Currently he is a nutrition consultant to the technical group of the H.J. Heinz Company in Pittsburgh, and the Director of the Global Micronutrient Programs of the Heinz Company Foundation. The Heinz Micronutrient Campaign is combating the global health threat of iron deficiency anemia in the developing world through the development and distribution of vitamin and mineral powders, in partnership with numerous government agencies and non-governmental organizations around the world.
David is also on the Steering Committee of Pulse Canada.
In 1997, David received the Earle Willard McHenry Award from the Canadian Society for Nutritional Sciences in recognition for distinguished service in nutrition. He is the first and only person to date in the food industry to receive this prestigious scientific award. He is honoured with a graduate student scholarship, in his name, for human nutrition at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Study Confirms Power of Lycopene - California Tomato Growers Association
www.ctga.org, 16 July 2001 [cached]
"Dr. Rao and the rest of this team continue to break new ground in studying the bioavailability of lycopene," said Dr. David Yeung, Ph.D., director, corporate nutrition, H.J. Heinz Company (NYSE:HNZ - news).
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Dr. Yeung and Dr. Rao recently co-authored Unlock the Power of Lycopene: REDefining Your Diet for Optimum Health, published by arpr, inc., of Pittsburgh.
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Dr. David Yeung, Ph.D., director, corporate nutrition, H.J. Heinz Company
Living
blogs.sites.post-gazette.com [cached]
Years ago I interviewed Dr. David Yeung, general manager of global nutrition for H.J. Heinz Co for this article, which lists lots of other highly nutritious vegetables.
He told me this, "I would say to eat tomato products on a regular basis three to four times a week," adding that you can get as many carotenoids as you need from a balanced diet of carrots and tomatoes. And although researchers can't say exactly how much lycopene or other carotenoids we need in our diet, eating vegetables bred with higher nutrients certainly can't hurt, Yeung said.
April 16, 2013 | The Chatterbox | Tablehopper
www.tablehopper.com, 16 April 2013 [cached]
The latest update is the next incarnation will be ~KITCHEN MOJO~, with David Yeung of HRD Coffee Shop and HRD Smokin Grill coming on board. Look for an opening around May 1st, with an eclectic menu of Asian, Mediterranean, Latin, and American influences. 300 De Haro St. at 16th St.
Eater announced ~TAI CHI~ on Polk has shuttered. My ex-boyfriend was obsessed with their green beans; am sure he's not happy with the news.
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