The Nielsen Global E-Commerce and The New Retail Report April 2015 said that a quarter of the global consumers are already ordering grocery online and over 55 percent are willing to use it in the future. This is, what the experts are calling, the age of the digital milkman....
School lunch prices will go up for military kids stationed overseas who attend Defense Department schools, officials announced. The lunches will increase $0.10 a meal for elementary students to $2.50, and $0.20 a meal for...
Officials from the Bipartisan Policy Center are bringing together a cast of notable defense influencers for a new task force to tackle defense personnel reform, in an effort to prevent morale and benefits issues from cutting into retention.
More states are supporting the military installations within their borders as the Pentagon targets reducing excess capacity as a way to free up funds that could better be used on readiness and weapons modernization, a recent report by...
Commissary customers will start seeing some private label products on shelves later this year, according to the Defense Commissary Agency. "DeCA plans to start phasing in private label products during the first quarter of [fiscal 2017],"...
Some residents of the remote Army Garrison Kwajalein Atoll have complained about a recent severe shortage of fresh fruits and vegetables at their contractor-operated grocery store — the only option for buying food on the island.
Next year, DeCA will observe the 150th anniversary of the commissary benefit on Saturday, July 1, 2017, and beginning this month, kicks off its 25th birthday celebration of the Defense Commissary Agency, which was established on Oct. 1, 1991. Together, the two observances...
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