The table below shows the consumption of three basic foods, rice, wheat and maize, by people in four different countries
The provided table illustrates the consumption of three staple foods by people in four nations.
It is noticeable that rice is consumed the most by Cambodians while the opposite is true for wheat. Also, maize is not in the diet of Polish people.
Regarding rice, 1445 calories are consumed daily per person in Cambodia, compared to 501 calories in Egypt. The daily intake of calories per capita in Mexico is 57, which is higher than that in Poland by 38 calories.
As for wheat, Egyptians consume the most calories every day, at 1095 calories while the converse holds true for people in Cambodia, at only 18 calories. The figures for Poland and Mexico are 865 and 275, respectively.
As regards the last type of food, Poland is the country with no consumption of maize, whereas Mexican people consume 1083 calories on a daily basis. Meanwhile, the number of calories consumed by Egyptians stands at 578, which is significantly higher than that by Cambodians, at 103.