Logic Puzzle # 133 Logic Problems Help

At the Farmers Market
by Randall L. Whipkey

At the Meyersdale Farmers Market yesterday, Sally Salada bought five different farm-fresh fruits and vegetables for her family's enjoyment, purchasing a different amount--1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 lbs.--of each from a different local vendor's stand. Given the facts that follow about her purchases, can you decide how much of each fruit or vegetable Sally bought and from which grower she selected it?

1. After buying some crisp red lettuce from one vendor, Sally Salada made a purchase at the Raindrop Acres stand; after her buy at the Raindrop Acres stand, she bought 1 lb. of produce at a third farmer's booth.
2. Sally tasted the large, sweet blueberries and the juicy Maryland Red peaches before buying them at two different stands; neither is the item she chose at the Tiller Gardens stand.
3. Sally Salada got 2 lbs. of the item she purchased at Grow Bros. Produce.
4. The weight of the produce Sally bought at the Freshly Fruits & Vegetables stand was less than that of the white potatoes she purchased at another stand.
5. Sally bought 5 lbs. of Granny Smith apples to make pies.
6. The item Sally got at the Sunset Farm stand wasn't the peaches.
7. Raindrop Acres didn't have white potatoes for sale.
8. The produce Sally purchased at the Freshly Fruits & Vegetables stand wasn't the red lettuce and wasn't 1 lb. in weight.

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