An officer whose business is to provide food for a body of troops or a military post; -- officially called commissary of subsistence.
A U.S. government-subsidized, nonprofit food store, operating on a military base. Operates on a non-profit basis and sells products at cost plus a small markup. Also, a centralized food preparation facility which distributes prepared product to stores wit
a retail store that sells equipment and provisions to military personnel
a health approved food establishment whereby they have Health approved cleaning and food storage facilities
a location, designed for the sanitary storage and servicing needs for mobile food preparation units
a small warehouse, located on a dirt road and stocked with Philmont food
a small warehouse which is stocked with trail food for campers, real food for backcountry staff, and various other supplies, by periodic truck shipments
Supply of items such as candy, tobacco products, toilet items, and work clothes that are made available for sale to all incident personnel.
What, you thought the military could simply call it a "grocery store"
Official responsible for providing food, transport and stores for a body of soldiers.
A central kitchen and|or bakery where supplies for food services are warehoused and used in the preparation and|or assembly of food service products for sale in convenience retail locations.