The Pie Chart Illustrates the Average Amount of Food Consumed by the World


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The pie chart illustrates the average amount of food consumed by the world in comparison to India and China in the year 2008. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features.


The pie chart illustrates the average amount of food consumed by the world in comparison to India and China in the year 2008

Overall, the consumption of processed food is higher in the world as well as in both China and India. In contrast, there is minimum consumption of nuts and seeds all over the world, including India, whereas Chinese people eat animal food the least, followed by nuts and seeds.

With regards to China, most people preferred processed food with a 34% consumption rate which was less than the world average (41%) and 32% for vegetables and fruits, slightly more than 29% of the world average. However, the Chinese did not eat much animal food, which differed from that of the world with only 15% consumed in China and 26% in the world and for nuts and seeds, the rate was only 15% in China whereas even less in the world with only 4%.

Processed food was the food mostly taken by the Indian with 39% which is slightly less than that of the world which covers 41% of the chart but all in all, these are the most preferred foods. Also, similar to the world average least consumed food in India was found to be nuts and seeds, with 11% in India and only 4% in the world.

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