After a previous recall of various chocolate bars, the recall is being expanded to include additional flavors because they may contain trace amounts of undeclared peanuts, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Jan. 15.
As the new senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director, Army Command Sgt. Maj. Tomeka N. O’Neal makes it her business to learn everything she can about the commissary benefit so she can help other service members and their families save money. It’s a mission that she doesn’t take lightly.
January is Family Fitness Month, and your commissary has the nutritional tools to get you started with your new healthy diet and fitness routine.
Military commissaries are not affected by a potential government shutdown, the Defense Commissary Agency announced.
Adams Bros. Farming, Inc. is voluntarily recalling red leaf lettuce, green leaf lettuce and cauliflower harvested between Nov. 27 – 30 due to potential E. coli contamination, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Dec. 14.
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‘Tis the season for a feast, so preparations are taking shape for one of the most important events of the holidays, the Christmas dinner.
Military commissaries will operate under a holiday schedule beginning Dec.24, the Defense Commissary Agency announced.
Hiland Dairy is voluntarily recalling the half-gallon size of their whole chocolate milk because the products may contain eggnog, which contains undeclared egg allergens, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Dec. 6.
The Scholarships for Military Children Program for school year 2019 – 2020 kicks off Dec. 14, and continues accepting applications through Feb. 15.
For the on-the-go family, or those who want quick meal options, select commissaries are offering fresh meal kits as a way to enjoy gourmet-style meals in as little as 10 minutes.
The Defense Commissary Agency has announced its Best Commissary award winners for 2017.
Following the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions and Food and Drug Administration, the Defense Commissary Agency has begun restocking romaine lettuce in its stores.
For about a month and half, the Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, community was unable to shop in its commissary as the installation began rebuilding from the destruction wrought by Hurricane Michael. On Nov. 17, their store reopened, marking a key milestone in the base’s recovery.
The Defense Commissary Agency has pulled all fresh romaine lettuce and romaine lettuce products off shelves in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration guidance, as of Nov. 20.