The illustrations show how chocolate is produced. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.
Sample Answer of The Illustrations Show How Chocolate Is Produced
The diagram depicts the process of producing chocolate.
Overall, making chocolate starts from growing trees and ends with pressing inner parts; it has 11 stages totally.
In the initial stage, the Cacao tree is grown in three different nations named South America, Africa and Indonesia, and there are ripe red pods on the handed of the tree. After that, pods have been harvested, and white coco beans were put out from it. Next, Beans were collected as well as fermented. Then, it spread in the sun so it can dry with the heat. In the fifth stage, it is put in large sacks. After this, it is transported via lorry or train.
Moving further, beans have been taken to the factory through transport. Following this, it has been roasted at 350 degrees Celsius. In the second last stage, beans are crushed in the circular machine to remove the outer shell. Eventually, two rollers in the machine pressed the inner part; by doing this, chocolate was produced in the form of liquid.
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