Commissary shoppers don’t have far to look in their store to see the impact the surcharge has on their shopping experience.
In light of recent concerns over E Coli in romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Arizona, area, the commissaries’ only supplier with romaine lettuce from the area has voluntarily pulled its product.
Two private label product lines have joined the Defense Commissary Agency’s family of commissary brands, adding organic baby food and organic vegetables to its growing inventory of low-cost, national brand equivalents.
The letter “M” is a commissary patron’s key to extra savings as the Defense Commissary Agency offers sales promotions for May events such as Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Military Appreciation Month and Memorial Day.
Defense Commissary Agency Chief Financial Officer Lauren “Larry” P. Bands Jr. announced that he will retire May 1.
For the Defense Commissary Agency, Earth Day, April 22, isn’t a one-day event. Since 2005, commissaries have recycled or diverted almost 1.6 billion pounds of waste from landfills all around the world.
It’s one thing to win an award for leadership, but it’s a wholly different experience to receive an award named in honor of someone you knew and who had a lifelong impact on you.
Conagra Brands Inc. is recalling over 130,000 pounds of their Salisbury steak products because they may contain extraneous materials, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent April 12.
Children continue to grow and develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally from infancy through adolescence. Learning to enjoy new foods and developing feeding skills are important components of any life stage as children aim to gain full independence.
Pepsi Bottling Company is voluntarily recalling certain Diet Pepsi 6 pack products due to mislabeling, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent April 9.
J.M. Smucker Company is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of Hungry Jack Original Pancake & Waffle Mix because it may be contaminated with salmonella, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent April 9.
The Defense Commissary Agency and its industry partners met March 29 at agency headquarters in Fort Lee, Virginia, to discuss opportunities to better serve military members and their families.
William Graham, produce manager at the Nellis Air Force Base Commissary, Nevada, will be recognized as one of 25 top produce managers nationwide selected by United Fresh for its 2018 Retail Produce Manager Award.
It may come as no surprise that Americans don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables despite their substantial health benefits, but just a few small, simple changes at each meal can make a significant difference in a person’s health and wellness.
Commissary patrons worldwide will be able to stock up on their favorite items at significant savings during the Defense Commissary Agency’s spring “Thank You for Your Service” sidewalk sale event.