FORT LEE, Va. – Eleven military communities will host the 2018 football ProCamps events for boys and girls this summer thanks to groceries sold in their commissaries.
The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) and the Defense Co
Ruiz Food Products, Inc. is voluntarily recalling some El Monterey frozen breakfast burrito products that may be contaminated with foreign matter, specifically white, semi-rigid plastic pieces, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent May 31.
Hormel Food Corp. is voluntarily recalling some Spam Classic and luncheon loaf products that may be contaminated with foreign matter, specifically metal pieces, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent May 27.
Church and Dwight Co.
Service members and their families in Puerto Rico don’t need a primer on using their commissary benefit to purchase emergency supplies. After being hit by two hurricanes, Irma and Maria, in the space of two weeks last September, they can write the book on disaster preparation.
The worldwide annual Healthy Lifestyle Festival, specials recognizing Father’s Day and the first day of summer highlight commissary offerings for June.
Commissary prices on hundreds of popular items will be even lower and easier to spot starting in June when the Defense Commissary Agency unveils “YES!”
Century Snacks is voluntarily recalling specific bags of Snak Club Tropical Trail Mix because they may contain undeclared milk, soy, wheat and cashew allergens, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent May 21.
The Defense Commissary Agency is recalling 3,900 pounds of 93-percent ground beef and 93-percent ground beef patties with a production date of May, 4, 2018, from 18 DeCA Europe Area commissaries because a small piece of metal was discovered in a package sold at Spangdahlem Commissary, Germany.
Supporting the Guard and Reserve is a no-brainer for the Defense Commissary Agency, said its interim director and CEO.
Most people view their pets as full-fledged family members and, as such, consider the food in their bowl as important as what is on the family’s plate.
The Defense Commissary Agency has confirmed that its supplies of romaine lettuce do not come from the Yuma, Arizona, growing region, identified as the source of the current E. Coli outbreak, agency officials announced.
Utz Quality Foods, LLC is voluntarily recalling specific Golden Flake, Good Health and Utz brand tortilla chips because they may contain an undeclared dairy allergen, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent May 3.
The military resale community announces the fifth annual worldwide Healthy Lifestyle Festival beginning at some installations as early as May 1 and continuing through early July.