This is what a posh produce market looks like in Equatorial Guinea. You buy your produce separately from all your other groceries.
Those bottles are old liquor bottles, filled with “ground nuts” which are locally roasted peanuts. Named ground nuts because they grow in the ground. Quite tasty, although one does need to watch out for rocks.
In a similar vein, “ground beef” is pidgin for certain varieties of bush meat – rats and hyrax (rodents of unusual size) that can be purchased from the not-so-posh local vendors. Imagine a roadside stand with a bunch of rats hanging by their tails.