The diagram shows the process of canning fresh fruit. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features. Make comparisons where relevant。
The flow chart shows the canning process for pears. There are fourteen stages in the procedure from when the fresh produce is picked to when the canned pears are distributed.
After the fruit is picked by hand it is transported to the cannery. In the cannery facility, it is first washed, then checked for quality to ensure that it is of a suitable quality. The selected fruit is stored in cold storage until it is ready to be canned.
In the next part of the process the fruit is weighed and given a grade. Next it is peeled, cored and sliced. Now the slices are ready to be put into cans, which are then sealed. The canned fruit is cooked and at this stage the cans are also sterilized. After cooking and sterilizing, the cans are labelled and the canned fruit is stored before being dispatched to distributors and other places to be sold.