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The information below gives details about household income and spending on food and clothes by an average family in one UK city in 2010 and 2013


The pie charts show specific expenditure on food and clothes of per household in a UK city in 2010 and 2013, broken down into 5 categories. Besides, the table gives total family income in the same years.

Overall, total income fell in 2013, whereas spending on food and clothes increased from 2010 figure. The percentage of expenditure for fruits and vegetables rose dramatically in 2013.

2013 saw a fall in total income of families, the average was 25000$ while it was 29000$ in 2010. Despite that, spent on food and clothes was increased from 14000$ in 2010 to 15000$ in two years later.

The proportion spent on fruits and vegetables rose from 20% in 2010 to 35% in 2013, the figure for dairy products also grew, reaching 20% in 2013. In contrast, the percentage of expenditure on meat and fish dropped in the period, from 25% to 15% in 2013. By the way, the figure for other food and drinks remained at 18%.

In terms of clothes, there was a significant fall in spent on this category. It was 22% in 2010 downed to 12% in 2013.

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The table and pie charts show specific expenditure on food and clothes of per household by a typical family in the UK [ The UK is a country, not a city!] city in 2010 and 2013, broken down into 5 categories. Besides, the table gives total family income in the same years.

Overall, total income fell in 2013, whereas spending on food and clothes increased from the 2010 figure. The percentage of expenditure for on fruits and vegetables rose dramatically in 2013.

The year 2013 [ It is not a good idea to start a sentence with a numeral] saw a fall in total income of British families; [ The original was a comma splice error] the average was $25,000 that year while it was $29,000$ in 2010. Despite that, the amount spent on food and clothes was increased from $14,000 in 2010 to $15,000 in over the two given years. later.

The proportion spent on fruits and vegetables rose from 20% in 2010 to 35% in 2013. [ The original was a comma splice error] The figure for dairy products also grew, reaching 20% in 2013. In contrast, the percentage of expenditure on meat and fish dropped in the period in question, from 25% to 15% in 2013. By the way, Meanwhile, the figure for other food and drinks remained at 18%.

In terms of clothes, there was a significant fall in spent spending on this category. It was 22% in 2010, downed but it fell to 12% in 2013.

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