The line graph demonstrates the average per capita consumption of fish and chips, pizza, and hamburgers in Britain between 1970 and 1990.
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It is evident that while hamburgers, fish and chips became more popular during the time period and were consumed more frequently, pizza popularity declined. To begin, although average pizza consumption was 300 grams per person in 1970, the consumption of fish, chips and hamburgers was far lower at about 90 grams and 20 grams, respectively. For the following ten years, there was a steady decrease in pizza consumption of roughly 100 grams per person average weekly.
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The consumption of fish and chips, on the other hand, increased dramatically from less than 100 grams per person a week on average in 1970 to roughly 150 grams per person weekly in 1980, before skyrocketing to 500 grams per person on average in 1990. By 1990, fish and chips were the most widely consumed dish. In a broadly similar way, hamburger consumption increased by about 90 grams per person per week between 1970 and 1985, and then rocketed to 300 grams per person per week in 1990, making it the UK’s second most popular fast food.
In conclusion, sales of fish and chips declined whereas pizza and hamburger consumption increased significantly.