The graph below shows the consumption of fish and different kinds of meat in a European country between 1979 and 2004.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given data demonstrates the amount of fish and kinds of meat consumed by a European country from 1979 to 2004. In overall, for over 2 decades, the consumption of chicken has risen dramatically whereas that of beef, lamb and fish has declined.
In 1979, beef was the most eaten (220 gram) when fish was the least one (60 gram). From 1979 to 1982, the quantity of eaten chicken rose dramatically (160 gram), compared to the significant decrease of eaten lamb (120 gram). In the meantime, the eating of beef continually plummeted to hit a trough at 180 gram, however, its quantity has shown a considerable upsurge to peak at 240 gram in 1984.
Since 1984, the consumption of both beef and lamb has experienced an annual fluctuation and shared the downward trend to eventually reach 110 gram and 70 gram for beef and lamb respectively. The eating of chicken has witnessed the upward trend over the years and eventually reached at 250 gram in 2004. In the same period, the consumption of fish has dropped steadily and slightly to reach 45 gram in 2004.
In summary, people in a European nation have tended to consume more chicken and less beef, lamb and fish for over 2 decades.