The graph below shows the average daily sales of selected food items at the Brisk Café, by season. Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and making comparisons where relevant.


The bar graph compares the number of certain foods sold daily at the Brisk Café in Winter and Summer. The foods are Hot Coffee, Iced Coffee, Ice Cream, Soup, and Salad.

Overall, Hot foods’ winter sales exceed their summer sales, whereas Cold foods like Iced Coffee and Cream were sold more in the summer than in winter.

In the winter, Hot Coffee was the most popular type of food, at around 75 servings. This was followed by Soup whose winter sales were exactly 50 servings. Iced Coffee was the least preferred at below 5 servings daily. By contrast, the number of servings of Iced Coffee was the highest in the Summer at specifically 40. Ice cream came second at around 35 servings per day. Hot Coffee and Soup ranked 4th and 5th in popularity, at around 30 servings and 25 servings respectively. Salad sales number remained the same in both seasons, at around 25 servings every day.

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