The flowchart illustrates the process of producing coffee to prepare for sales.
Overall, there are 11 stages in the process, beginning with gathering the coffee beans and culminating in packaging.
To begin, coffee beans from trees are collected manually and then dried in the open air in the sun. In the next step, they are roasted on the fire and cooled down rapidly in the special container. After this process, they are grinded by the grinder and subsequently mixed with hot water in the pot. Then, the mixture is strained to release the water before freezing it again. Once the mixture is frozen, it is grinded one more time. Following that, the mixture is dried in the vacuum so that the water could be removed from this tank. In the last phase, the coffee is put into glass jars in order to make it ready for sales in the supermarkets and department stores.
This flow chart illustrates information about producing and preparing coffee to sell at supermarkets and shops.
Overall, there are 10 stages in the process, beginning with picking up coffee beans and culminating in packing coffee into jars.
In the first stage, coffee beans are picked from coffee trees and then, they are dried in the sun shine. The third phase is when the dried beans are roasted and following this, they are rapidly cooled in the special fridge. In the subsequent stage, they are grinded manually and then mixed with hot water. The next stage is that the mixture is strained so that the water is distracted before freezing it in a special container. Then, once more it is grinded and dried in a vacuum in order to reliase remaining water. Finally, the coffee is packed into jars before delivering to the market.