Quality at a low price is the hallmark of Commissary Value Brands, the Defense Commissary Agency program designed to provide savings on national name brand items comparable to low-cost store brand or private label items in commercial stores.
Fueling your body with the right nutrients within the first hour following strenuous activity is key to optimizing performance.
With its average overall savings of 30 percent, the commissary can play a crucial role in helping eligible shoppers stretch every dollar they spend on groceries, and stick to a budget.
Buddy Fruits is voluntarily recalling their Tartlets products due to the lack of milk allergen communication on packages. The FDA notified Buddy Fruits that additional milk allergen clarification must be included.
Although the embargo blocks imports of U.S. uncooked eggs, frozen chicken breasts, thighs, wings and whole chickens, it doesn't stop U.S. shipments of cooked poultry products such as pot pies, lunch meat, hotdogs, meal entrees and egg rolls.
The inspirational story of the life and achievements of Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper remains and inspiration to many.
Be it for the Super Bowl, Valentine's Day or whatever your heart's desire, service members and their families will find special in-store promotions and coupons, according to the Defense Commissary Agency's director of sales.
Pinnacle Foods Inc. is voluntarily recalling certain lots of Armour No Bean Chili due to mislabeling, according to a Pinnacle Foods recall notice sent Jan. 22.
Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. is voluntarily withdrawing all Dole-branded and private label packaged salads processed at its Springfield, Ohio, production facility because of concerns over listeria monocytogenes, according to a Jan. 22 notice.
The time remaining to apply for one of the 2016 Scholarships for Military Children, each worth $2,000, is rapidly dwindling, as this year's Feb. 12 deadline approaches.
Kayem Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling approximately 22,182 pounds of chicken sausage products due to misbranding, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Jan. 19.
Keith M. Owens, the Defense Commissary Agency's inspector general and director of its internal audit division, retired after more than 34 years of federal service.
Every host has a checklist as they plan for their football party: big-screen television, check; plenty of seating, yes. Food? Let's face it, next to the TV, it's not a party if the food is lacking.
Commissary shoppers in South Korea will begin to see uncooked poultry products such as eggs, frozen chicken breasts, thighs, wings and whole chickens from the U.S. back on commissary shelves in February.
A major benefit of military life is the ability to shop at a commissary. How much you actually save will depend on what items you're purchasing. For some families, commissary shopping leads to significant savings.