During September’s Family Meals Month, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) applauds military families’ commitment to focus on the benefits of cooking and eating meals together. The agency is also providing resources that will help turn that commitment into a long-standing tradition.
Bonduelle is voluntarily recalling specific lots of their Ready Pac® Bistro® Bowl Chef Salad because they may contain anchovies, an undeclared fish allergen, according to a recall notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent Sept. 22.
The worldwide rollout of Commissary CLICK2GO passes a major milestone Sept. 20 as the internet grocery shopping service goes live at commissaries in Europe, with commissaries in Japan, South Korea and Okinawa set to join them before the month is up.
Preparing nutritious food at home does not have to be difficult or expensive. With “Thinking Outside the Box” recipes, your commissary continually offers meal solutions that are quick, healthy and economical with ingredients typically offered at enhanced savings to our customers.
Buurma Farms, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a limited number of boxes of their Plain (flat leaf) Parsley due to potential non-O157 STEC (Shiga-toxin-producing E.
Velvet Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling their Raspberry Fudge Cordial Ice Cream because it may contain undeclared peanuts due to a third-party manufacturer packaging error, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Sept. 14.
U.S. airmen and their families have been served by the commissary benefit since the Air Force’s creation 74 years ago, so it’s with pride that the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) joins with them in observing the service’s birthday on Sept. 18.
Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a limited number of cases of their Curly Leaf Parsley due to potential non-O157 STEC (Shigatoxin-producing E.
Remember that grocery store you and your family grew up with – the one that had all of your favorite specialty items from around the world and the butcher who was always happy to cut that special roast for your family’s meal? I remember it, too, and I also remember the cashier who offered a wink and a smile because she knew us so well, it felt like family. I remember it so well because it was my commissary.
Since its founding in late 2019, the military resale joint buying alliance has saved the military community more than $75 million. The joint buying power of the military exchanges and commissary enables these organizations to offer lower prices and negotiate vendor markdowns on the products they sell.
During Food Safety Education Month in September, the Defense Commissary Agency joins the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Food Safety Inspection Service, the Department of Health and Human Services and other organizations in reinforcing foodborne illness awareness and prevention.
School is back and so are commissary sidewalk sales. Throughout September, stateside commissary patrons can stock up on their favorite items at significant savings during these Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) events.
During September, National Preparedness Month focuses on everything you need to know before an emergency occurs. For military commissary customers, they can use a benefit that gives them an annual average of nearly 25 percent savings to purchase the items needed for their survival kits.
The Anchorage Commissary, Alaska, successfully partnered in an Alaska National Guard training mission Aug. 7, providing groceries at significant savings to authorized patrons in the remote town of Bethel.
Military customers worldwide will have the opportunity to evaluate their stores through the annual Commissary Customer Service Survey (CCSS) starting Aug. 23.