The following chart shows the amount of tea and coffee imported by Canada, UK, USA and Germany in 2007 in tonnes
Provided is a column chart illustrating the variating amount of tea and coffee exported to four developed countries in 2007, measured in tonnes.
As is shown, the UK people displayed immense favour for tea and an opposite tendency for coffee, both of which are contrasted to Canadians’ preferences. On the other hand, both beverages were not as polarizing in popularity when it comes to the USA and Germany.
An in-depth look at the situation of coffee shows it to be most well received by the Canadians, which was clearly demonstrated via an impressive data at around 8000 tonnes. On the contrary, that of the UK was only half of what was witnessed in Canada. The USA and Germany, respectively, slid in between at around 7000 tonnes and 5000 tonnes.
With regards to tea, it obviously was the everyday beverage choice for the UK civilians, at a staggering domestic demand of 16000 tonnes, which was quadruple to what Canada imported in the year 2007. Quickly following the UK were the USA and Germany at 9000 and 6000 tonnes in that order.
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_Sample by Mr. Cuong Le - IELTS Teacher at WESET_