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Store Phone:
Fax:
608.388.3243
DSN:
280.3542
DSN FAX:
280.3243
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Store Hours

Normal Hours
Sun
CLOSED
Mon
1000 - 1800
Tues
1000 - 1800
Weds
1000 - 1800
Thurs
1000 - 1800
Fri
1000 - 1800
Sat
1000 - 1800
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1537 South J Street
Fort McCoy, WI 54656
United States

Store Information & Holiday Hours

Special Hours

No special hours at this time.

Items on Sale

Best Deals In Town

There are no limits on meats at this time.  We have limits on select items until supplies can be replenished from distributor. 

Special order fruit, vegetable, breakfast, baked goods, sandwich, and/or cheese trays.

  • 24 hours notice required for all trays except fruit and vegetable
  • Delivery on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday.

Club Packs and Special Items

Discover the back of the store where you will find:

  • Club packs
  • International foods
  • Last chance and marked down items

Bulk Items

When traveling a distance and want to purchase items in bulk (Example meat) call us ahead of time and we will order it and have it pulled for when you come in.  A week notice should be fine unless you would need items that are not normally carried.

Sidewalk Sales

NEWS RELEASE

Defense Commissary Agency

Corporate Communications

1300 E Avenue, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1800

Tel:  (804) 734-8000, Ext. 8-6105  DSN: 687-8000, Ext. 8-6105 

FAX: (804) 734-8248  DSN: 687-8248

www.commissaries.com

 

 

Release Number:        25-20                                                                                                                        

Date:                              March 13, 2020

Media Contact:           Kevin L. Robinson, public affairs specialist

Tel.:                               (804) 734-8000, Ext. 4-8773

E-mail:                          kevin.robinson@deca.mil

 

Commissaries cancel spring sidewalk sales, product demos and more amid COVID-19 concerns

By DeCA Corporate Communications

 

Note: Go the DeCA website to read this news release online.

 

 

FORT LEE, Va. – Military commissaries worldwide are cancelling many special events such as the April/May sidewalk sales because of COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns, said the sales director of the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA).

“The cancellation of these events is due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and out of an abundance of caution for the safety of our employees, customers and industry partners,” said Tracie Russ, DeCA’s director of sales.

In addition to spring sidewalk sales, DeCA is cancelling in-store product demonstrations, which includes DeCA’s free coffee program; group tours; vendor-sponsored events; new CLICK2GO celebrations; and Month of the Military Child activities such as store tours and coloring contests. This year’s Scholarships for Military Children recipients will receive their awards but without public ceremonies.

The agency is also postponing Vietnam War-era veterans’ recognition ceremonies; and effective March 16, and until further notice, all agency meetings with its industry partners – will be done electronically through teleconference or WebEx.

DeCA’s announcement comes as the commissary agency follows DOD and CDC health care protocols to help ensure public safety and mission readiness. 

Customers are advised to check their store for details or visit their store page for any local activities that affect their store.

Commissary customers worried about whether or not it’s safe to shop in the store shouldn’t be, said Army Lt. Col. Angela Parham, DeCA director of health and safety.

“We follow the highest standards of DOD health protection in our stores,” she said. “This means we are always vigilant to ensure our workforce follows the strictest precautionary measures including routine hand washing and other basic sanitation measures to avoid spreading germs.

“Our commissaries undergo daily sanitizing, disinfecting and cleaning regimens tailored to protect our customers’ health,” Parham added. “These routine measures used by food establishments to prevent ordinary foodborne illness also work to keep viruses from spreading and help keep customers and employees from getting sick.”

-DeCA-

Department Telephone Numbers

  • Commissary Officer: 608.388.3542
  • Store Manager: 608.388.3542
  • Customer Service: 608.388.3542
  • Grocery Manager: 608.388.3542
  • Produce: 608.388.3542
  • Meat: 608.388.3542

Special Information

Expanded Patronage

Starting Jan. 1, all service-connected disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war and primary veteran caregivers will be eligible to shop at commissaries worldwide.

Learn more about this new program, or to determine eligibility, visit a local VA medical facility; call 1-877-222-VETS (8387), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Eastern time or apply online at VA.gov.

Fresh Lunch Options

  • Fresh Sushi: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • Fresh Deli Sandwiches: Monday - Saturday
  • Fresh Cut Garden Salads and Fruit Cups: Tuesday - Friday
  • precooked Rotisserie Chicken: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday -  half and whole chickens are now available

These fresh choices are in limited supply, so stop in early to get yours. We can also special order it ahead of time so you don't miss out!

Guest Rules

Commissaries adjust shopping limits, implement

‘No ID touching,’

begin 100% ID checks

No Guest/Visitor's

Only 20 customers in the store at one time to help maintain social distancing,  with this in mind please refrain from bringing in additional family members to keep the wait time down.

We are sanitizing the shopping carts before and after every customer and registers thru out the day.

By Kevin L. Robinson,

DeCA public affairs specialist

 

Note: Go to the DeCA website to read this online.

 

FORT LEE, Va. – The Defense Commissary Agency announced several operational policies to help stores better serve customers during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

These policies include the following actions:

  • Effective immediately, a 100-percent ID card check at all commissaries, so that only authorized customers – this includes disabled veterans with VHIC cards – will be able to shop. While this policy is in effect visitors will not be allowed to enter the commissary. This is designed help with social distancing and crowd control. Children under 10 with their parents don’t have to have an ID card.
  • Effective March 15, to prevent customer-to-customer spread of germs, commissary cashiers no longer handle patron ID cards. Instead, customers will be asked to scan their own ID. Cashiers can use the handheld scanner if available or have the customer scan their own card. .
  • In a move to lessen panic-buying, the agency instructed its store directors worldwide to use their discretion in placing the shopping limits necessary to help maintain stock availability.
    Rear Adm. (Ret.) Robert J. Bianchi, DOD special assistant for commissary operations, announced the shopping limits policy March 14 in response to a growing number of customers engaged in unauthorized purchases for the purposes of resale or hoarding.
    The shopping directive, effective immediately, gives store directors more authority to quickly tailor shopping limits, as required, to keep more products available for more customers, Bianchi said.
    “These decisions should not contravene or override any restrictions or guidance provided by installation commanders,” Bianchi said. “However, in the absence of installation commander direction, our store directors are now authorized to make local decisions as they deem necessary to control stock shortages through instances such as panic buying and unauthorized purchases for resale.”

 

With health and safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the commissary will discontinue the use of reusable bags at the register.  This action is being taken with your safety in mind and will assist with further limiting the risk of virus.

We appreciate your understanding.

 

Special Order Information

Fresh deli sandwiches or sushi: Order two days before delivery (deliveries are on Mon., Wed., and Fri.)

Produce: Order with 24 hours notice to allow fresh produce for your tray, basket, or bowl of fresh fruit, vegetables or garden salads.

Meat: Order by noon the day before delivery (fresh cut deliveries Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays)

Grocery: Order 3-5 days ahead for large orders of items we normally carry.

Looking for something we don't carry? See us about ordering your favorites by the case as a one-time buy!

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