The table below presents the food consumption per person weekly in a European country in 1992, 2002 and 2012.
The provided table describes data about the weekly consumption of five different types of food by people in a European country in three separate years (1992, 2002, and 2012).
It is noticeable that vegetables were consistently the most consumed kind of food in the three years while the opposite was true for cheese. Apart from meat, all the food types were eaten slightly more by people in the latest year.
Vegetables were always the favorite food consumed every week in 1992, 2002, and 2012 at 2140 grams, 2190 grams, and 2220 grams, respectively. However, cheese made up the smallest part of people’s diet with only 113 grams in 1992 and 125 grams in both 2002 and 2012.
People ate 827 grams of wheat and 532 grams of bean on a weekly basis in 1992. The figure for wheat increased to 997 grams while that for bean went up moderately to 590 grams in 2012. Being the second most consumed food in 1992 at 1148 grams per week, meat witnessed an increase to 1211 grams in 2002 before dropping to the lowest point of 1132 grams. This was the only food type people in the mentioned country eaten less over the three decades.