Army Command Sgt. Maj. Tomeka N. O’Neal will become the new command senior enlisted leader for the Defense Logistics Agency, completing her tenure as the Defense Commissary Agency’s senior enlisted advisor.
Thomson International, Inc. is voluntarily recalling red, yellow, white and sweet yellow onions because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent Aug. 2.
The Defense Commissary Agency’s newest commissary opened for business July 29 at the NATO Industrial Complex (NIC), Brunssum, in the Netherlands.
The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) is proud to join the U.S. Coast Guard in observing its 230th birthday on Aug. 4.
Commissary shoppers can now ask for and get a direct response to their questions or comments when they fill out their Defense Commissary Agency purchaser survey.
Hostess Brands, LLC is voluntarily recalling specific Hostess Raspberry Zinger products because they may develop mold prior to the “best by” date, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent July 21.
Commissary produce personnel and industry partners are working through challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the military stores are well-stocked with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables.
KIND is voluntarily recalling select lots of its Oats & Honey Granola pouches because of improper labeling that didn’t list sesame seeds in its ingredients, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent July 8.
With more than 28 years of Army service behind him, Sgt. Maj. Matthew Baller, has spent a career working with the broad diversity of civilian and military personnel alike. As the Defense Commissary Agency’s new senior enlisted advisor for overseas commissary store operations, those skills will come in handy as he helps DeCA maintain and improve a world class commissary benefit.
Fresh Express announced corrected information to its initial June 28 voluntary recall of some salad products containing iceberg lettuce, red cabbage and/or carrots produced at its Streamwood, Illinois, facility due to a possible health risk from Cyclospora, according to an updated Department of D
Commissaries worldwide are now selling reusable and disposable protective masks, the Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) director of sales announced.
Grocery shopping can be a time-consuming task to squeeze into an already busy schedule. But going in armed with a game plan and an understanding of how to efficiently navigate your commissary will make your experience quicker, easier and much more enjoyable. And it might save you a little money, too.
Fresh Express is voluntarily recalling some salad products containing iceberg lettuce, red cabbage and/or carrots produced at its Streamwood, IL facility due to a possible health risk from Cyclospora, according to a Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity message sent June 28.
As far as Army Command Sgt. Maj. Tomeka N. O’Neal is concerned, the commissary benefit has been as much a part of her military experience as her uniform.
Masters of the barbecue are asked to submit evidence of their culinary artistry in a five-minute video by July 6 in the Grill Master Sweepstakes.