Throughout the year, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) urges its customers to refocus on preparing home-cooked meals and sharing those together around the dinner table. Using your commissary benefit will amplify the many nutritional.
Much has changed for the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) over 31 years including product selection, technology for front-end checkouts and other key grocery functions. However, what remains constant is DeCA’s mission to deliver a commissary benefit that improves the military’s quality of life by saving them money on their groceries.
The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) Sales Flyer for Sept. 26 – Oct. 9, offers its customers even greater ways to save at their commissary. The latest sales flyer features the Savvy Shopper Super Saver, which gives additional savings beyond normal commissary prices.
Service members and their families will soon see a 3-5 percent decrease in pricing on most grocery items in their commissaries as part of a Department of Defense (DOD) initiative to bolster the economic security and stability of the military community.
Thinking outside the box, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is to explore creative and unusual ideas, not limited by rules or tradition. The Defense Commissary Agency’s Thinking Outside the Box recipes do just that. Typically, when choosing recipes to prepare at home, they may be quick and economical but not healthy, or healthy and economical but not quick. DeCA’s Thinking Outside the Box recipes deliver on all three attributes
Willie Watkins, former chief of the eBusiness Division, has been selected to become director of eCommerce within the Defense Commissary Agency’s IT Group, announced Dr. Theon Danet, the group’s executive director. As eCommerce director, Watkins is responsible for directing all activities related to internet commerce throughout DeCA’s 236-store enterprise.
The commissary benefit is a valuable asset for the Department of Defense as it looks to help support service members and their families who are challenged by the financial impacts of COVID-19, a disrupted supply chain and inflation, said the director and CEO of the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA).
The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) Sales Flyer for Sept. 12- 25, offers its customers even greater ways to save at their commissary. The latest sales flyer features the Savvy Shopper Super Saver, which gives additional savings beyond normal commissary prices.
As U.S. airmen and their families prepare to celebrate the Air Force’s 75th birthday on Sept. 18, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) joins with them in observing the proud legacy of their service.
FORT LEE, Va. – In the wake of a disaster or an emergency, protecting perishable items from foodborne illnesses is vital for protecting health and wellness, said the Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) director of public health and safety.
The Defense Commissary Agency is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of their Freedom’s Choice Spring Water, distributed to a select number of stores in California, Arizona and Nevada, due to elevated levels of food grade CO2 introduced in the production process, according to a Department of
The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) Sales Flyer for Aug. 29-Sept. 11 offers our deserving customers even greater ways to save at their commissary.
During September, National Preparedness Month focuses attention on the merits of planning for the next emergency. Whether that emergency is manmade or by Mother Nature, service members and their families can count on their commissary benefit to help them save nearly 25 percent on items for their survival kits.
Rushdi Food Industries is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of their Mighty Sesame Organic Squeezable Tahini due to possible Salmonella contamination, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Aug. 24.
Over the past 24 years, Marine Master Gunnery Sgt. Anthony D. Polk has punched just about every deployment ticket imaginable on land and sea. Now as the Defense Commissary Agency’s new senior enlisted advisor for overseas operations, he encourages eligible patrons to punch their tickets when it comes to using the benefit they’ve earned.