When life hands you the winter blues, get blue­ber­ries.

And also be sure to grab local apples, let­tuce and organic spinach, plus fresh Florida-​​grown fruit like bananas, straw­ber­ries and rasp­ber­ries. They’re avail­able every Wednesday in the Curry Stu­dent Center, where an indoor farmers market is open from noon to 6 p.m.

In fact, sus­tain­ability man­ager Carol Rosskam called the spinach “the best and sweetest I’ve had in years!”

The offer­ings come from Marshall’s Fenway Farm Stand, a local busi­ness located across the Fens on Boyl­ston Street, just a few blocks from the famed Fenway Park. The healthy, organic offer­ings arrive fresh daily from farms — many of them right here in Mass­a­chu­setts — that don’t stop growing just because the tem­per­a­ture drops.

For two decades, the stand’s owner, Bob Mar­shall, has been buying from local farms and dis­trib­uters, seeking only fresh pro­duce of high enough quality “that I’d take it home myself,” Mar­shall says.

When shop­ping for North­eastern stu­dents, he keeps an eye out for fresh foods that won’t quickly spoil. Mar­shall says if he doesn’t have a product stu­dents are looking for one week, he’ll try to find it — or some­thing sim­ilar — the next week.

The most pop­ular item this winter has been fresh, sweet straw­ber­ries from Florida. “I can’t bring enough,” Mar­shall said. “I pile them up and they’re gone like that.”

The market will be open every week until this spring, when the wildly pop­ular out­door farmers market returns to Cen­ten­nial Common for a second season.

The indoor farm stand is located on the ground floor of Curry, between the book­store and the infor­ma­tion desk. Cash is the only method of pay­ment accepted.