Camp Zama visitors can dine at Exchange Restaurants and Expresses

Camp Zama visitors can dine at Exchange Restaurants and Expresses

by Myra M. Dizon
Camp Zama Exchange

Camp Zama – Authorized Camp Zama visitors can dine in or grab a meal to-go at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s restaurants and Express stores.

Camp Zama visitors can access dine-in options and quick-serve restaurants at the Camp Zama Exchange and Express locations, unlocking the tax-free dining benefit and contributing to the Exchange’s support of military communities.

“It matters where you eat. 100% of the Exchange’s earnings support military communities through critical quality-of-life programs,” said General Manager Nick Cucinello. “The Camp Zama Exchange is excited to share the dining experience with authorized installation visitors and nourish those who support our service members.”

Camp Zama Exchange restaurants offer better-for-you menu choices as part of the Exchange’s BE FIT 360 initiative. Every Wednesday, direct-run Exchange restaurants including Subway offer $2 off entrée salads priced at $4 or higher. Visitors can also identify BE FIT 360-approved items at Express locations with easy-to-spot Healthier Choices, Healthier Lifestyle shelf tags.

For more information on who can dine at the Camp Zama Exchange, visit Army Regulation 215-8/Air Force Instruction 34-211 (I) and Department of Defense Instruction 1330.21.

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