There has been an increase in sales of bottles of olive oil, coffee pods and dishwasher tablets as people spend more time at home.
According to figures from SuperValu, the lockdown has seen the public focus more on the kitchen.
The retailer is reporting an 80% increase in olive oil sales, a 60% rise in sales of dishwasher tablets and a 100% increase in coffee pod sales.
With the majority people working remotely since March, there has also been renewed interest in baking.
Sales in this category have risen - most notably with flour products up 200%.
There has also been a considerable uptake in demand for related products such as toppings, mini marshmallows and core baking ingredients like raising agents, flavourings and food colourings.
Sales of sharing chocolate bars have jumped by 60%.
However shoppers are also craving healthy food, with sales suggesting a banana is being bought every second.
Shoppers have also become green-fingered, with plants and flowers sales rising 200%.
And personal hygiene has been of paramount importance - with soap sales up by 400%.
Edel Russell is director of innovation and consumer director at SuperValu.
She said: "It’s clear that people have been focusing on home cooking, baking and gardening and are spending more quality family time together".
The figures are based on sales in-store since the lockdown began.