Commissary shoppers will see no drop in savings on brand name items even as the Defense Commissary Agency begins to offer better prices through its own private label products, said DeCA Director Joseph H. Jeu. "We will be maintaining overall savings on branded products, so if patrons choose not to purchase a private label they will still be at least as well off as they were previously," Jeu explained. "Patrons who do choose to purchase private label will see their cost for the basket of goods they purchase come down further." For more details, see this Military Advantage blog post.
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