Written by: IELTS I-Ready, 11/11/2023
Marked by: Ex-BC Examiner
The charts below give information about the world’s top three producers for four different dairy products (milk, cheese, butter, milk powder) in the year of 2012
The bar graphs detail the output of leading three manufacturers globally for four various dairy items in 2012. Overall, the total production of milk from the three key contributors was significantly higher than the other consumables, followed by cheese, butter and milk powder. Moreover, while the European Union dominated in the quantity of milk and cheese produced, it ranked last in the manufacturing of powdered milk.
Concerning the categories in which the European Union produced the highest amount, it made nearly 143,000 metric tonnes of milk and about 7,100 metric tonnes of cheese. Furthermore, the amount of milk manufactured by India was 127,000 compared to roughly 90,000 metric tonnes made in America. Meanwhile, America and Brazil yielded 4,925 and 700 metric tonnes of cheese, respectively.
Regarding the other dairy staples, the most productive area for butter was India, at 4,500 metric tonnes, followed by the European Union and the United States, at approximately 2,000 and 810 metric tonnes, respectively. Finally, in terms of milk formula, China and New Zealand had a relatively identical amount of nearly 1,200 metric tonnes each, which was around 400 metric tonnes higher than the European Union. (199 words)