The chart below shows the price in euros of 800 grams of four types of bread in one European country from 2001 to 2006. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The information regarding the rate of 800 grams of bread of four distinct types in the European nation between 2001 and 2006 is portrayed by rendered line chart. The price has been calibrated In euros.
Overall, it can be vividly manifested that the maximum proportion of price was of whole grain in an initial while, in the final year, the least per cent of the cost of bread was Rye throughout the period.
After analysing, it can be clearly seen that with regards to the price of wholegrain bread, it stood at 0.8 euros in the initial year, which escalated steadily by 1 euro in 2002 and declined to 0.8 euros in last year. Nonetheless, in connection with Rye bread started at 0.6 euros in 2001, which was approximately identical until 2004 before increasing to 0.7 in 2005.
Probing ahead, in the case of the cost of white bread of 800 grams, it was 0.6 euros and 1 euro in 2001 and 2002 corresponding and reached its pinnacle in the final year. Nevertheless, 800 grams of Brown bread was 0.6 in 2001, which witnessed an incline near about 0.9 euros in the next year. However, in 2003, it accounted for 1.6 euros and declined before increasing in the last year.
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