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 line graph illustrates how people in a European country consumed fish and different kinds of meat over a 25-year period since 1979.
At the first glance, it is clear that despite being the most consumed meat in 1979, beef's dominant position was taken by chicken at the end of the period. Concerning listed kinds of meat, an increase was only recorded in the amount of chicken consumed.
In terms of the year 1979, the weekly consumption of beef was roughly 220 grams, four times as high as that of fish. The amount of beef consumed expierienced a quick drop to 120 grams per week despite having reached the peak of just under 250 grams per week by 1984. As for fish, its figure fluctuated mildly around 50 grams per week, making it the last prefered kind of meat in that country.
Regarding chicken, the year 2004 saw a rapid growth in the weekly consumption of it from slightly under 150 grams in 1979 to 250 grams although this figure fluctuated wildly throughout the period. In contrast, the figure for lamb drop significantly from 150 grams and bottomed out at around 50 grams per week in 1999. In 2004, people in this European country consumed about 60 grams of lamb per week, almost 200 grams lower than that of chicken.