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Gallery: Well ‘Canes Marketplace offers array of products

The weekly marketplace between the University Center and the Richter Library, now referred to as the Well ‘Canes Marketplace, offers a variety of international cuisine and products, along with produce.

If interested, make a stop at the Well ‘Canes Marketplace between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesdays.

Students decide which incense to purchase at The Well 'Canes Marketplace, which offers the opportunity to buy more than fresh produce. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

Students decide which incense to purchase at The Well ‘Canes Marketplace, which offers the opportunity to buy more than fresh produce. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

The market features Buddha and Ganesh murtis. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

The market features Buddha and Ganesh murtis. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

Guanabana features fresh Peruvian ceviche and fruit juices at the Well 'Canes Marketplace Wednesday afternoon. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

Guanabana features fresh Peruvian ceviche and fruit juices at the Well ‘Canes Marketplace Wednesday afternoon. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

The Crepe Maker adds to the array of cuisine available on campus during the Wednesday market. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

The Crepe Maker adds to the array of cuisine available on campus during the Wednesday market. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

A chef prepares eggs for Argentinian cuisine at a new booth in the Well 'Canes Marketplace. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

A chef prepares eggs for Argentinian cuisine at a new booth in the Well ‘Canes Marketplace. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

October 7, 2015

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