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In the next picture, we see a result where retail (the right side) actually buys more than restaurants/hotels. This may be because milk products are important and abundant in Europe, and many people want to buy them to have daily access to them, while restaurants/hotels are not somewhere a customer would go to every day to get dairy from. The information displayed is about the most upper-right point, incidentally. Image Added

Also, the regions seem to have an impact on the kinds of products bought, as well. In the picture below, blue is Lisbon, gray is Porto, and yellow is other. Lisbon is a southern coastal city (the largest in Portugal), while Porto is a northern coastal city (the second largest). Other regions seem to buy a lot more of everything in general, and they also have the most outliers, which makes sense because they have more clients than Lisbon and Porto.