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The given line graph gives
information about fast food consumption in Canada throughout the research
period from 1990 to 2010. There are five different kinds of fast foods
surveyed, including pizza, hamburger, fried chicken, hot dog and French fries.
As clearly seen from the
graph, there were fluctuations of the amount of fast food eaten by Canadians.
It is interesting to see the decline of its popularity in consumption of fried
chicken. Fried chicken was the most eaten fast food in 1990 with 400 grams, but
at the end of research period in 2010, it is the least popular fast food.
The amount of pizza consumption increased dramatically after
hitting the lowest point at 70 grams in 1995. In 2010, a Canadian ate 500 grams
of pizza, and this figure was the top of the list, followed by French fries and
hamburger. Consumption of hot dog remained steady around 200~250 grams over the