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FORT RUCKER, Ala. -- Commissary CLICK2GO, the Defense Commissary Agency’s new online ordering and curbside delivery service, is coming to the Fort Rucker Commissary July 20.

“This service really speaks to the needs of our customers who can now plan, order and pay for their purchases on-line, and then just drive to the store to get them without having to get out of their vehicle,” said Marisol Hennessey, store director.

The Fort Rucker CLICK2GO will begin accepting internet orders July 16 for July 20 pickups, Hennessey said.

Hennessey provided a brief rundown of Commissary CLICK2GO’s features:

* Easy-to-use navigation and search functions to help customers plan healthy meals and take care of their family’s needs;

* Enhanced product information;

* Robust recipe features;

* Featured sales and promotions;

* Upgraded mobile-friendly experience; and

* No service fee ($4.95 fee waived until further notice).

Information on how the service works is found on with dedicated sections such as “How CLICK2GO Works.” First-time customers will need to create an account, according to DECA officials.

In step with grocery shopping trends, DECA is working to bring on-line ordering, payment and pick-up options to all commissary-eligible patrons. In early June the agency announced plans to expand Commissary CLICK2GO to all 236 commissaries worldwide, and the rollout status can be found on the agency’s web site.

“I encourage all our shoppers to access the CLICK2GO page on to learn more about it,” said Hennessey.

Customers use a computer or mobile device to make their orders online where they select from commissary products offered based on the store’s stock assortment. After products are selected, the shopper selects a pickup time and pays for their order. At their appointed time they park in designated parking spaces where commissary workers bring their groceries, the store director added.