The charts below shows the percentage of people who ate five proportions of fruits and vegetables per day in the UK from 2001 to 2008.
The bar chart depicts the proportion of people who ate five portions of fruits and
vegetableseach day in the UK from 2001 to 2008.
Overall, it can be seen that the highest percentage of consuming fruit and
whilechildren considerably accounted for the least. The percentage of women who ate fruit and
vegetablesstarted at just over 20 % in 2001.
thenrose steadily to reach a peak of almost 35 % in 2006, before falling slightly to 30 % in the final year. In terms of men and children eating
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stablein the first three years (about 17% and 12% respectively.) From
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pointthe proportion of men climbed up and reached
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atabout 27 % in both 2006 and 2007, after which it dropped to a boutique 26 %.
A similargrowth in the figure was evident reaching 25 % in 2007 and around 24 % in the final year.
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