After a voluntary recall of Quinoa Granola Bars in May after a supplier found its ingredients may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the recall is expanding to products with "best before dates" prior to Nov. 15, 2016.
Whether your goal is to get healthier, lose weight or maintain your health, almost everyone has a reason to be motivated. Being healthy truly is a journey, not a destination.
FORT LEE, Va. (May 12, 2016) – Memorial Day is fast approaching, and authorized patrons who double as backyard grill masters can save big if they buy the meats for their barbecue at the commissary.
L'Oreal Paris is voluntarily withdrawing Preference Lightest Natural Blonde hair color due to customer dissatisfaction, according to a letter from the company sent May 10.
Ajinomoto Windsor Inc. is voluntarily recalling various frozen food items due to possible Listeria contamination according to a May 9 notice. The recalled products contain vegetables that are part of the recent CRF Frozen Foods recall.
As warmer temperatures push more commissary patrons from the kitchen stove to the backyard grill, the Defense Commissary Agency wants to remind them to "Be Food Safe. Disregarding the tenets of Be Food Safe can turn the family gathering into a trip to the emergency room.
Authorized shoppers can then pick out what they want, knowing they’re getting the biggest bang for every dollar spent by shopping at the commissary and taking advantage of the best prices in town. Commissaries sell a surprising variety of everyday needs.
Commissaries are offering special savings in May with case lot events and promotions celebrating Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Military Appreciation Month, Memorial Day and more. Customers can also check out additional savings at the Savings Center.
Reser's Fine Foods Inc., is voluntarily recalling various refrigerated salad products because of the possibility of Listeria monocytogenes, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent April 15.
As Earth Day rolls around the Defense Commissary Agency is working diligently to reduce its environmental footprint through recycling, food donations, and environmentally friendly products. And DeCA is doing much more to help stores reduce their footprints.
The commissary surcharge – the 5 percent added to every customer's bill – is not a tax. That's just one of several facts about the surcharge that even some of the savviest commissary customers are sometimes surprised to learn. Surcharge pays for new or renovated commissaries.
The Pictsweet Company is voluntarily recalling some frozen vegetable varieties after being notified by its onion supplier that the product may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Military members and their families in the U.S. wanting to load up on savings only need to venture as far as their local store during the Defense Commissary Agency's spring National Case Lot Sale event.
in 2002, the Defense Commissary Agency began its string of clean audits, an unbroken streak that continued with the agency's financial statements for fiscal 2015 being given an "unmodified" audit opinion by independent auditors.
Linda K. Randall has been named the Defense Commissary Agency's director of accounting effective March 20. As chief of accounting, Randall is responsible for recording and reporting DeCA's expenses which encompass about 100 million financial transactions each year.