# The Chart Below Shows The Price In Euros Of 800 Grams Of Four Types Of Bread

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.

#### Sample 1

The chart below shows the price in euros of 800 grams of four types of bread in one European country from 2001 to 2006.

The given line chart illustrates information about the value of various types of bread, including rye and white, in one particular European nation between 2001 and 2006. The data has been calibrated in euros per 800 grams.

Overall, it can be seen that the price of most of the bread increased throughout the period, excluding wholegrain. However, the price of whole grain increased for a while, then decreased to a considerable extent.

At first glance, in 2001, the amount of brown, white, and rye was 0.6 euros for 800 grams, whereas the rate of wholegrain was 0.8 euros for the same. One of the most interesting things is that, between 2001 and 2002, the price of wholegrain, brown, and white increased gradually to around 1.8, 1.5, and 1 euro, respectively, while the rate of rye decreased to around 0.5 euro.

Furthermore, there was a sudden reduction in wholegrain prices for the next three years, and after 2004, they again started to increase. The price of rye also decreased slightly for the first year and remained constant between 2003 and 2004, then again increased. However, the cost of White continued to increase throughout the period.

#### Sample 2

The line chart gives information about the cost using euros for 800 grams of four different kinds of pieces of bread (Wholegramin-Brown-White-Rye) in one Europe nation in the years 2001 and 2006.

Overall, Both Brown and White have a sharp figure for public buying. Rye is a tiny fraction throughout these periods, and Whollegrain remained to plummet at the last three intervals.

First of all, in 2001, Brown and Rye began with 0,6 percent. Likewise, White bread with cost an insignificant. At the same time, wholegrain started at 0.8 cents and increased substantially in the second period to 1.8 euros. Brown around 1 euro. Similarly, White rose gradually except for rye which remained constant at about 0.6 proportion during the periods of 2003 and 2004.

Due to Whollegrain dropped enormously to approximately 0.7 between 2002 to 2004, rose slowly at the end. Brown sharp constantly throughout this decade, and thus, declined in 2004, eventually reach at 1,6 again in 2005.

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