The chart bellow shows the percentage of people who ate five portions of fruit and vegetables per day in the UK from 2001 to 2008.

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The bar graph provides illustration about the people who ate five parts of fruit and vegetables in a day between 2001 to 2008. Percentage of 3 types of people, that is, Female, Male and Children have shown for each year.

Overall it can be seen that there was increased in the percentage of people from 2001 to 2006 and thereafter it has decreased.

For the first 3 years, the proportion of Children and Men was constant and it was approximately 12% and 17% respectively. In the subsequent 3 years, that is, from 2003 to 2006, it has increased at a constant rate by around 4%. Children reached to its peak in 2007 at 22% and Men achieved its peak in 2006 at 27%. Percentages of both Man and Children have decreased in 2008.

The percentage of women who took fruits and vegetables are highest as compared to Men and Children. It starts at 21% and gradually increased to 33% in 2006 and decreased thereafter to 30% in 2008.

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