The table below illustrates weekly consumption by age group of dairy products in a European country. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The yielded table illustrates two dairy products, butter and milk usage weekly by age groups which were divided into four age-wise categories in a European country.
Overall, Milk consumption rose with age increment; however, the most butter is used by the 45 – 65 age group while the least is below 25 years.
For milk, 26-45 and 45-65 age groups usage is nearly same on account of 1650ml, whereas above ager use 250ml more. Between 26 to 45 age people use the least full-fat milk and have the highest low-fat percentage. Low-fat milk 59% purchaser age below 25 although, the two-quarter proportion for low fat.
For butter, weekly consumption by 45 to 65 age citizens is 60g, double that of 65 agers. 12g and 19g are <25 and 26 to 44 groups usage respectively. Above 45 age people use the same percentage of full and low-fat butter. Consumption of full fat for below 25 age people has the roughly same proportion as 26 to 46 consumer low-fat use,
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