WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - On Thursday, a healthy outdoor lunch spot began to be available at Purdue.
The Purdue Farmers Market opened for business. Some of the products that were on sale included fresh flowers, herbs, fruits, vegetables, grilled lunch meat and even dessert.
Vendor, Kimberly Crane of Craneberry Farms said the farmers market can be great for Purdue students.
"It works well with the lunchtime crowd. We prepare hummus, that makes it a quick easy snack that people can grab and go and eat in class," said Crane.
The Purdue Farmers Market will be opened from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Thursday from May through October.
The market will be held at Centennial Mall just north of Memorial Mall.
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