The table given shows the data about total family income and expenses on food and clothes per an average household in one UK city in the years 2010 and 2013 while the pie charts illustrate the percentages of spending money on five different types of categories.
Overall, in the table above, although the household revenue fell in 2013, however, there was a small increase in the family consumption at the same time. For the pie charts, fruits and vegetables replaced meat and fish to become the main items of money spending.
Specifically, the number of total income decreased 4,000 euros and gained only 25,000 euros in 2013, whereas the expenditure on food and clothes increased from 14,000 euros in 2010 to 15,000 euros in 2013.
For the remaining categories, the proportion of fruits and vegetables increased by 15%, being the commodities spent most money in 2013. Likewise, dairy products also had an upward trend during the period of time, at 20% in 2013. Conversely, the figure for clothes declined by a half, at merely 12% in 2013, while that for meat and fish were only 15% in the same year. Specially, just other food and drinks had not any change in two years, at 18%.