This Valentine’s day, the U.S. military may have to make some changes in order to avoid having to buy food on the same day for its soldiers to enjoy Valentine’s dinner.

According to a memo posted by the U,the Army is looking to change the way it stores food and supplies to avoid causing the military to buy unnecessary food for its troops, a report from Reuters states.

The memo was posted to the Army’s online publication the Army Times, which provides a link to the memo.

In the memo, Army leaders outline a plan to make food more cost-effective.

In addition, the memo states that the U could require its suppliers to use the same-day processing and packaging to make the meals it serves its troops.

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Army also wants its suppliers, like Wal-Mart and Costco, to provide meals for Valentine at no additional cost, Reuters reported.

In response to the proposed change, the Army issued a statement saying the Army “will work with suppliers to ensure that the best-value meals are available for the troops at no cost.”