The line graph depicts the number of people of Canada consuming bread as staple food everyday from 2011 to 2018
The chart illustrates the data of Canadian citizens between 2011 and 2018 who ate bread each day as part of their daily diet.
Overall, it is quite evident that the number of women who consumed bread was the highest throughout the years whereas children consumed the lowest portions of these eatables in the same time period. The men, on the other hand, were the average consumers of the staple food in their diet.
In 2011, the figures for adult females were just over 25 and it rose consistently to peak at around 30 in the year 2016. From thereon, this data declined slightly for the next two years to close at around 24 in 2018. In contrast, the number of children was constant at about 11 from 2011 to 2013 before it started to increase with minor fluctuations to reach its apex of around 25 in 2017 and finally closing at just over 24 in the final year. The males of UK followed a similar trend of that of children initially and the figures were stable at about 16 for the initial three years, post which it started to rise persistently to reach the highest of about 26 in 2016. This percentage dropped marginally to around 26% and 25% in 2017 and 2018 respectively.