The Chart Below Shows the Amount of Money per Week Spent on Fast Food in Britain

The chart below shows the amount of money per week spent on fast food in Britain. The graph shows the trends in the consumption of fast foods. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

The chart below shows the amount of money per week spent on fast food in Britain

The bar chart represents the weekly Expenditure of the British on three fast food items in 1990 while the line graph indicates the consumption of these fast food between 1970 to 1990. overall expenditure on fast food based on person’s income and the pizza was the most popular item in 1970 but after some years consumption of fish and chips rose dramatically.

According to the bar graph, a high-income person spent more money in Hamburgers, approximately 45 pence. Their spending was also higher than average income and low-income class people on fast food. Average class people was also spent more on Hamburgers, around 34pence but their spending on fish and chips was more than other two income groups by 24pence. The eye-catching point in this bar chart graph is low-class income people spend a lease amount of money on fast food. They spent around 12pence, 17pence and 7 pence on hamburgers, fish and chips, and pizza accordingly.

Apart from that, the line graph shows the consumption of these three items by the British from 1970 to 1970, pizza consumption in Britain was highest 300 grams and hamburger and fish and chips consumption by only 80 to 90 grams per person. Moreover, fish and chips became the most consumed item in 1990 with 500-gram consumption per person.

Follow Us on IELTSFever Facebook 

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *