The graph presentsan overall view of how much a European country eat fish and some differentkinds of meat between 1979 and 2004.

As is shown in the line chart, compared with fish,beef and lamb, chicken was the most popular. In other words, the consumption onit witnessed a surprising increase of about 100 grams, rocketing from around140 grams to 245 grams.

As for beef and lamb, although they both suffered froma downward trend, people in this country consumed the former much more than thelatter. What was worth mentioning, in addition, is that beef used to be thechampion of these foods with about 225 grams in 1979. To give more details,beef experienced more drastic changes than lamb, seeing a substantial reboundof about 70 grams in the first two years from 1981 to 1983.

On the whole, fish which was clearly the least popularremained almost stable at roughly 50 grams over the period, despite a short andslow drop from 1979 to 1982.

In conclusion, we can seeimmediately the sharp contrast between the soaring chicken and falling beef,lamb and fish. It can be predicted that after 2004, chicken will still rankfirst among these four.