The bar chart shows the percentage of fruit eaten daily by boys and girls aged 11, 13 and 15 per day in EU countries in two different time periods.
In both time periods the consumption of fruit by boys aged 11 reached 35%. 5% less fruit is consumed by 13 year old boys and about 25% by the 15 year olds in both years.
In 2001- 02, 11 year old girls’ daily fruit consumption was just over 40%. Four years later they consumed 2% more. The same trend can be noted in 13 year olds whose daily diet included 35% fruit in the first year. Girls aged 15 ate the same proportion ( about 2% ) in 2001-02 and 2005-06.
To sum up, girls enjoyed eating fruit more than boys. Boys and girls aged 11 ate more fruit than other two age groups. Similarly, children aged 15 ate the least amount of fruit particularly the boys.
Question taken from Direct to IELTS Student's Book p.62