There are two graphs about consumption and expenditure on fast foods in Britain. Hamburgers, Fish & Chips, and Pizza are informed on both graphs.
The first graph describes fast foods expenditure which devided on high, average and low income. On high income group, Hamburgers become the highest expenditure with more than 40 pence per week per person, followed by Fish & Chips and Pizza in range 18-20 pence per week per person. On average income group, Hamburgers is the highest too in 34 pence per week per person. Fish & Chips and Pizza is second and third with 25 and 10 pence per week per person. The last group is low income. Differ with other groups, Fish and Chips is the highest with 17 pence per week per person, followed by Hamburgers and Pizza in 14 and 8 pence per week per person.
The second graph shows consumption of fast foods from 1970 to 1990 in Britain. Hamburgers become the biggest number with reaching more than 500 grammes in 1990, compared in 1970 that just reached almost 100 grammes. Pizza is in second, it reached 40 grammes in 1970 and gradually increased almost 300 grammes in 1990. The third is Fish and Chips, it has fluctuative trend. Starting in 300 grammes in 1970, it declined 200 grammes in 1985 but increased again until 230 grammes in 1990.