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 yielded line graph shows 800 grams four different types of bread, namely wholegrain, brown, white and rye, between 2001 and 2006 in one European country, the price was given in euro.
Overall, it can be seen that in starting the year the wholegrain price was high although in last year grown bread had a top price in addition, throughout the period rye was on the least.
For brown and white bread, in 2001 the price was 0.6 euros. The former one rose steadily, and in 2003 it was 1.6 euros which were the same rate in 2005 after declined to 0.2 euros. Later one price also stood up sharply in 2002 price was 1 later it climbed gradually, and three years later it was 1.3 euros.
For wholegrain, had 0.2 euros more than other three bread rate in 2001. It skyrocketed and a couple of years later was 1 euro more although between that it touched its zenith point. After 2003 it declined and had the same price as four years ago had in 2005. For rye, in 2001 it was the same price as brown pieces of bread had which was same in 2003 and 2004 however, before that it touched a dipping rate. 2004 late it grew to 0.1 euros
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