Since posting this picture of tomatoes coming to market, I have been looking for a truck delivering another fragile commodity. I found it a couple of days ago when we were walking up to the vegetable market.
Yes, those are eggs. I don't believe I have ever seen this method of transport used back home, but it seems to work here, in spite of the potholes and speed-bumps.
In the larger stores, eggs come packaged in a clear plastic container - good idea! You don't have to open the carton to see how many are broken. They are frequently sold by the ten - after all, we're metric here. But "half a ten" don't package well, so they also are sold by the six.
In smaller stores, you pick your own eggs from carriers like those on the truck and place them in a small clear plastic bag. Carry them carefully! We always pick up the eggs last, just before checking out, in that case.