General Mills is voluntarily recalling their 5-pound Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour product due to potential E. coli contamination, according to a recall notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent Sep. 16.
It’s no secret that preparing meals at home benefits your health and your wallet. Between all our weekday obligations – work, school, commutes, sports and children – we shy away from home cooking. However, preparing delicious, nutritious meals at home does not have to hijack your schedule. Fast and easy no-fuss entrées are as close as your commissary and commissaries.com.
Commissaries in Hawaii issued a notice today for customers who purchased certain fresh seafood items — Blue Marlin, Ahi steaks or fillets, or Poke — after August 14 to not consume those products due to food safety issues, and return any unused products to the store for full refunds.
Savings percentages for commissary patrons worldwide was 26% during the third quarter of fiscal 2019, a timespan from April through June, reported the Defense Commissary Agency.
Military commissaries have served the men and women of the U.S. Air Force since its creation 72 years ago, so it’s with pride that the Defense Commissary Agency joins with them in observing their birthday on Sept. 18.
Frito-Lay is doing a voluntary market withdrawal of specific Tostitos dip and salsa products due to a defect in the glass jar which may affect the vacuum seal and potentially lead to product spoilage, according to a notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent Aug. 29.
Heatherfield Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling over 4,000 pounds of pork sausage products due to mislabeling, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Aug. 30.
In observance of Food Safety Education Month in September, the Defense Commissary Agency joins the CDC, the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Food Safety Inspection Service, the Department of Health and Human Services and other organizations to help prevent foodborne illnesses by increasing awareness of improperly handling food items.
Commissaries are offering significant savings with worldwide back-to-school sidewalk sales, and promotions linked to football, Oktoberfest and other events in September.
In September, National Preparedness Month highlights the importance of being ready for emergencies. It’s a message service members and their families should take to heart, said Tracie Russ, the Defense Commissary Agency’s director of sales.
The Defense Commissary Agency is pulling a specific lot of Kozy Shack® Tapioca Pudding from store shelves because of quality concerns, according to a recall message sent by the agency’s food safety office on Aug. 21.
Commissaries are partnering with the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCoE) to produce videos encouraging service members and their families to cook more meals at home, and provide training products for military chefs.
Reily Foods is voluntarily recalling a specific lot of Blue Plate Light Mayonnaise due to mislabeling, according to a recall notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent Aug. 15.
"Logging onto commissaries.com and checking out the latest promotions, downloading digital coupons and finding out when your store will have a sidewalk sale are all things you can do to prepare for your shopping experience," said Army Command Sgt. Maj. Tomeka N. O'Neal, senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director. “A few minutes online before you go will save you plenty of dollars in the commissary.”
Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. is voluntarily specific packages of their Baby Spinach products because the items tested positive for Salmonella in sample testing, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Aug. 12.