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Lincoln Square Farmers Market Brings Fresh, Plant-Based Options to the Heart of Chicago

Chicago may not be farmland, but farmers far and wide from Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan travel to the windy city to sell their produce at the Lincoln Square Farmers Market. Located on Chicago’s north side, the market is known for vegan empanadas and offers a sizeable plant-based influence. Two times a week, market-goers flock to and fill up vendor tents finding nutritious and quality foods. The market is open Tuesday mornings May through November and Thursday evenings May through October.

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