The graph shows the changes in food consumption by Chinese people between 1985 and 2010.
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1- The figure for (1) consumed/ eaten by people in China
2- The amount of (1) consumption
The line graph compares the figures for three kinds of food (namely fish, salt and meat) consumed by people in China from 1985 to 2010.
Overall, it is clear that the amount of fish consumption in China fluctuated over the period of 25 years, while the figure for salt saw a decrease.
In addition, the amount of meat eaten by Chinese people increased from 1985 to 2000, then it remained stable over the next 10 years.
Another interesting point is that fish was the most popular food in China over the period shown, whereas the amount of meat eaten by Chinese people was the lowest.
In 1985, the figure for fish consumed by people in China was the highest, standing at 600 grams/person/week, while the amount of salt and meat consumption was at 500 and 100 grams/person/week respectively.
From 1985 to 1990, the figure for fish consumption in China rose to 700 grams/person/week, then it saw a fall of 100 grams/person/week over the next 5 years.
In addition, the amount of salt eaten by Chinese people dropped to 380 grams/person/week between 1985 to 1990, whereas the figure for meat consumption saw a growth to 180 grams/person/week.
From 1995 to 2010, the figure for fish consumed in China reached the peak of 850 grams/person/week, whereas the amount of salt consumption saw a decrease to 200 grams/person/week.
In addition, the figure for meat eaten by Chinese people rose to 200 between 1995 and 2000, then it remained stable over the next 10 years.