The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) online shopping and curbside pick-up program, CLICK2GO, opened its newest location at Fort Belvoir, Virginia late last month, officials said in a release. The service, which is set to expand to more stores over the next several months, is free for patrons over its initial 30-day roll-out period, but then costs $4.95 per use, the release said. Shoppers choose items from an online selection, pick a visit time and then collect their groceries from a designated delivery area at the store.
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