The diagram below shows how coffee is produced and prepared for sale in supermarkets and shops. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The process chart illustrates the coffee production and how the powder is prepared for sales in supermarkets and shops.
Overall, the process includes eleven steps beginning with the collection of coffee beans by farmers and culminating in packing coffee powder into jars and finally being sent to the market for sale.
To begin with, the coffee beans are collected by the farmers and are allowed to dry under the sun for several days. The beans are then kept in a vacuum to make them into a roasted form, and it is allowed to cool rapidly. Following the cooling process, the beans are ground in a machine. The resulting powder is mixed with hot water, and the mixture thus obtained is strained by a strainer.
In the final stages of the coffee production process, the mixture is kept in a freezer. The frozen mixture undergoes a grinding process further to form a liquid. Moreover, it is placed in a vacuum to remove the remaining water in the powder. The coffee powder thus obtained is packed into jars and is made available to sell in the market got the customers.
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