Fort Belvoir Commissary's new grocery delivery pilot slated to begin June 1

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Credit: Defense Commissary Agency

This story has been updated to include a link to DeCA's news story.

Fort Belvoir Commissary customers will be able to test out the store's new doorstep delivery service starting June 1, according to a report in Military Times.

The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) awarded contracts for delivery services on April 14 to two veteran-owned businesses, which will integrate their technologies with DeCA's ecommerce system and then pilot the grocery delivery service at Fort Belvoir and seven other installation commissaries for 90 days — through August 30, said the report.

The delivery service will be available to customers within a 20-mile driven radius of the stores. Fort Belvoir Commissary customers will pay $3.97 for the delivery service on top of the cost of their groceries and a 5% commissary surcharge.

Information on the fulfillment process can be found in an earlier On the MoVe story and in a May 27 news story from DeCA.

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