Highlights of the September 2015 Issue
Numerous sandwich and
soup options that accompany
the serving-line entrées
available in military dining
facilities each day expand the
menu variety, and the increased choices contribute
to greater satisfaction among service members.
With sandwiches playing a more prominent role,
dining facilities are going beyond the choice of traditional
deli meats served between two slices of bread
or in a hero.
“The Halvorsen Hall dining facility offers a variety
of sandwiches and wraps with different toppings,”
said Master Sgt. Vicki Davis, 87th ABW Force Support
Squadron, Halvorsen Hall Superintendent at JB enabling service members to consume a meal more
quickly compared with sitting down with a hot entrée.
Halvorsen Hall dining facility serves a variety of
sandwiches through its deli bar, as well as grab-’n’-go
options. “We also offer hot sandwiches on our snack
line as our daily special,” Davis said.
As military dining facilities feature a more versatile
assortment of sandwich options, availability is no
longer limited to the lunchtime menu. Halvorsen
Hall makes items prepared at its deli station available
during lunch and dinner, but Davis said the specialty
sandwiches on the snack line are only available for
Read more FOOD FOCUS:
SOUPS AND SANDWICHES ...
The Top Suppliers to DLA Troop Support, JSPVP and NAF Purchasing Division (AFNAFPO)
The following list details the top food suppliers of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop
Support, the Joint Services Prime Vendor Program (JSPVP) and the Nonappropriated Fund
(NAF) Purchasing Division (AFNAFPO) based upon the most recent dollar-volume available. ...
Read more TOP SUPPLIERS - RANKINGS OF LEADING SUPPLIERS ...
A prime vendor agrees to provide customers a broad range
of food-related items under either a standardized or
customized catalog that contains a listing of items requested
by the customers. The prime vendor guarantees a particular
level of supply availability, may also be required to provide a
level of surge demand support and provides price advantages
and ordering efficiency for customers, as well as stable demand
for suppliers. All contract values are the best current estimates. For those
original contracts that have expired, all are ““bridged”” with
extensions to sustain food services while new-contract solicitations
and response evaluations are underway.
Click here for more PRIME VENDORS: DLA TROOP SUPPORT - AIR FORCE NAF - JOINT SERVICES ...
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
- MEETING PREVIEW: R&DA Fall 2015 Meeting Sees Change on the Horizon
- FRONT BURNER:
- Rations Nutritional Information Goes Online
- Capitol Hill Relishes Annual Hot Dog Lunch
- Military Experience Supports Growth Plan
- Expertise Builds a Stronger Relationship wit Military, Prime Vendors