Mizkan America, Inc. is voluntarily recalling specific production codes of some varieties of its RAGÚ pasta sauce because it may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically plastic fragments, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent June 17.
Army Lt. Col. Angela M. Parham is the Defense Commissary Agency’s new director of public health and safety, announced Rogers E. Campbell, executive director of DeCA’s Store Operations Group.
Hometown Food Company is voluntarily recalling specific lots of their 5 lb. Pillsbury Best Bread Flour product due to potential E. coli contamination, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent June 15.
Frito-Lay is voluntarily recalling specific bags of Lay’s Lightly Salted Barbecue Flavored Potato Chips because they may contain undeclared milk allergens, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent June 14.
This summer boys and girls in 11 military communities will be able to enjoy a football ProCamp event with a “Heroic, Resilient, Courageous” theme thanks to groceries sold in their commissaries.
When it comes to public health and safety in military commissaries, the Department of Defense has unique standards to match the stores’ special patronage – the men and women serving in uniform and their families. It’s those standards that set commissaries apart from commercial grocers, said Army Col. Alisa R. Wilma, the Defense Commissary Agency’s former director of public health and safety.
Topco Associates, LLC. is voluntarily recalling TopCare Mouthwash because the affected product has an incorrect back label according to a recall notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent June 12.
The United States Army marks its 244th anniversary on June 14. The history of commissaries and the military actually go hand in hand. It’s a relationship that lives on today with the Defense Commissary Agency as 77 of its stores operate on Army installations serving active duty soldiers, Army Reservists and National Guardsmen, and Army retirees and their family members.
Johnsonville, LLC. is voluntarily recalling over 95,000 pounds of its ready-to-eat jalapeño cheddar smoked sausage products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically hard green plastic, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent June 1.
The Defense Commissary Agency’s popular online shopping/curbside pickup service known as CLICK2GO became available to Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, shoppers June 3.
When a bad storm approaches, there are two types of people: those who are prepared and those who aren’t. Commissary patrons can choose to be ready and use their commissary benefit to purchase emergency supplies, said Army Command Sgt. Maj. Tomeka N. O’Neal, the Defense Commissary Agency’s senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director.
June is a time to honor fathers, the flag and the Army’s 244th birthday. The month is also jam-packed with hot savings events for commissary patrons such as Healthy Lifestyle Festivals and sales promotions to help them prepare for their July 4th celebrations and more.
The Coca-Cola Company is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of Suja Organic Kombucha products that may be contaminated with foreign matter, according to a recall notice from the Defense Commissary Agency’s food safety office sent May 23.
After a previous recall of select canned dog food products, Hill’s Pet Nutrition is expanding the recall to include an additional lot code that may also have elevated levels of vitamin D, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity Expansion message sent May 21.
As legions of backyard chefs take the covers off their barbecue grills, they’re reminded to use their commissary benefit for significant savings on their meats and other grilling needs.