Please have a look at this table:
I have written this overview to describe the table:
Overall, it can be vividly seen that younger people tend to consume less amount of dairy products, while older people consume comparatively more. In addition, the 45-65 age group sticks out as they consume remarkably more butter than other groups.
In the following sentence is the word "comparatively" used correctly? In this sentence I am trying to say that in general, younger people consume less; however, it is not always the case. For instance people between 45 and 65 consume more butter than those older than 65. According to this data, is it correct to say so? I mean does the word "comparatively" describes this incompatibility of data correctly?
I want to say that although younger people consume less, there is an exception where 45-65 group consumes less. but I do not want to emphasize this exception, therefore I decided to write it like this. If it is not appropriate, could you please give me a suggestion?