chicken, beef and lamb consumed on the old continent
The graph below shows the consumption of fish and some different kinds of meat in a European country between 1979 and 2004
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The chart illustrated the amount of fish and some sorts of meat namely chicken, beef and lamb consumed by citizens of European territory in the period of time from 1979 to 2004 .
Overall , It is clear that the European attended to eat less beef and lamb but more chicken during the time from 1979 to 2004. In the contrary , fish's consumption was stable and seemed not change in the same time.
As can be seen from the graph , in 1979 , the consumption of beef was up to 200 grams per person per week . That number had a significant fluctuaion throughout 7 years . Then , it was a little more than 100grams eaten up by people in European area. Lamb's consumption was recorgnized at 150 grams per person in every week in 1979 but dropped rapidly in 2004 at a number of 60 to 70 grams eaten by each person weekly
On the other hand , the number of consumption of chicken made by residents in that area increased dramatically during the same time . At the beginning of the period , the chicken's grams consumed by each inhabitant was under 150 grams but at the end it jumped suddenly up to 250 grams. Fish's consumption was level off with a fluctuation at 50 grams.