Andersen AFB

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Store Phone:
Fax:
671.366.6216
DSN:
366.2264
DSN FAX:
366.6212
Store Email:
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Store Hours

Normal Hours
Sun
1000 - 1900
Mon
CLOSED
Tues
1000 - 1900
Weds
1000 - 1900
Thurs
1000 - 1900
Fri
1000 - 1900
Sat
1000 - 1900
Early Bird Hours
Sun
0700 - 1000
Mon
CLOSED
Tues
0700 - 1000
Weds
0700 - 1000
Thurs
0700 - 1000
Fri
0700 - 1000
Sat
0700 - 1000
Deli Hours
Sun
1000 - 1900
Mon
CLOSED
Tues
1000 - 1900
Weds
1000 - 1900
Thurs
1000 - 1900
Fri
1000 - 1900
Sat
1000 - 1900
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Bldg 22021 Arc Light Blvd
Andersen AFB, Yigo Guam 96929
Guam

Store Information & Holiday Hours

Special Hours

No special hours at this time.

Items on Sale

- Come visit our Meat Department to check out our NEW selection of fresh fish. Selections include Yellowfin Tuna, Halibut, Makerel, Octopus, and much more!

- Save big with our Produce Department's Fresh Picks of the Week - February 12th - 18th. Items include Avocados, Red Grapes (Seedless), Asparagus, Gala Apples, and Cabbage.

Case Lot Sales

Take advantage of exceptional savings on items such as toilet paper, detergents, cooking oil, and much more during our Sidewalk Sale during February 17th & 18th. Enjoy the savings!

Department Telephone Numbers

Commissary Officer– - Dwight Brown: 366.2425 
Assistant Commissary Officer - Sun Park: 366.3965
Store Manager - Douglas Horton: 366.4781
Grocery Manager - John Missildine: 366.5136
Assistant Grocery Manager - Thomas Castro: 366.5136
Produce Manager: 366.5210
Meat Department Manager - William Miller: 366.3294
Customer Service Manager - Crestita Lopez: 366.5159/3385
ID Desk - After 07:00 AM: 366.2264
Admin Office: 366.5134

Special Information

- Stay Connected with Your Andersen Commissary's Express Line

Interested in subscribing? Send an email to Dwight.Brown@deca.mil. Include “Subscribe me to Express Line” in the subject line.

- Opportunities for commissary savings abound in February

Commissary patrons have plenty of opportunities for extra savings with February promotions focusing on hearth health awareness, the Super Bowl, the Winter Olympics, Valentine’s Day and more.

“February is a busy month for patrons who want to maximize their commissary benefit,” said Tracie Russ, the Defense Commissary Agency’s sales director. “With all the big sporting events, and of course, Valentine’s Day, we have targeted promotions to help extend patron savings even farther.”

Be on the lookout for our commissary store brands as our rollout expands the variety of these low-cost, national brand equivalents for our shoppers. Look for the labels: TopCare, Freedom’s Choice and HomeBase. See our news release on February promotions to find out more.

- Fresh Fruits & Vegetables (FF&V)

Under the business model put in place Nov. 1, 2015, in South Korea, Japan and Guam, the contractor is responsible for the produce and for delivering it to the individual commissaries, rather than to a U.S. port, where the government would then have to ship the produce to the stores. This plan doesn't limit contractors to supplying only locally acquired produce. It does, however, encourage them to acquire as much of the produce as possible locally. This is not new; DeCA has been successfully using this business model in Europe since 2007.

The contracts to support Puerto Rico, Alaska and Hawaii, though remotely located, use the very same business model. All products are acquired FOB Destination, which incorporates all FF&V provider costs into the cost of the end product. The end result is high quality and fresh products for our patrons comparable to current commissary prices.

Under the new contracts, prices on some products may increase or decrease, depending on such things as availability and seasonality. However, overall projected average patron savings is expected to be comparable to the previous contracts.

- Nutrition Guide Program

NGP is a point-of -purchase nutrition identification program that makes it easier for shoppers to find products based on nutrition attributes many customers look for. These products are identified by color-coded shelf tags that indicate attributes such as organic, low fat, good source of fiber, low sodium, whole grain or no sugar added.

The NGP evaluates categories of food items regardless of manufacturer, brand or price. Products meeting minimum criteria are evaluated further to determine the top one to three nutrition attributes. These products are then identified with the appropriate color-coded shelf tags. The colors are: identify what they mean for each of the six classifications.

  • Light Blue – Low Fat
  • Dark Blue – Low Sodium
  • Sand – Good Source of Fiber
  • Ruby – No Sugar Added
  • Brown – Whole Grain
  • Green – Organic

Shoppers have always valued their time, and DeCA's NGP helps them easily identify products based on nutrition attributes such as organic, low sodium, high fiber or low sugar. This service comes at a time when eating healthier has become a major consumer focus in line with the growing awareness of health and well-being in our nation. Shoppers are looking for healthier choices and NGP helps ease your search.

Guest Rules

Guests may enter the commissary only when accompanied by an authorized patron. ID cards will be verified upon checkout to protect the commissary benefit.

The installation Commander requires advance approval to bring guests into the commissaries in Guam.

Special Order Information

-  Services Offered For Your Convenience

Check out our fruit trays, veggie trays in our Produce Department and our deli and pastry platters, cheese trays, sandwich trays, and cakes in our Deli/Bakery Department. Perfect for parties, fiestas and gatherings. Contact the our Produce Department at 366-5210 and our Deli/Bakery Department at 366-4782. Requires 24-hour notice.

- Items Stocked at Your Andersen Commissary

Commissary product assortments are determined by our Sales Directorate, which manages contracts with manufacturers at DeCA's headquarters. You can submit requests directly to the Sales Directorate by filling out a Patron Communication Form in the store, or you can use our online Customer Comment Form

Another option is to bring your suggestion to the attention of store management, who will then work with the Sales Directorate to research and respond to your request. You may request to speak to a manager during a commissary visit, or contact commissary management by phone or e-mail at your convenience. You can find contact information for any commissary by using the list of locations and viewing the "Store Information" section of your commissary's individual page.

When requesting a product, please provide the name and the Universal Product Code (UPC) of the item, as this will expedite the research process and help our Sales Directorate respond to your request. The UPC can be found below the bar code imprinted on a product's label or package, and helps our Sales Directorate identify the exact product you are requesting.

Please note that new items must first be added to DeCA's Catalog Master File (CMF) before they can be picked up in overseas commissaries. Additionally, overseas packing, shipping and shelf life requirements sometimes make it impossible for us to offer some products overseas.

DeCA welcomes feedback from its customers, and we give all product requests due consideration.

 

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