The diagram given illustrates the steps by which tomato ketchup is processed.
Overall, there are 15 distinctive steps in the process, beginning with collecting tomatoes and ending with using them with food.
The first step is that tomatoes are picked up and put into baskets. After that, good tomatoes are chosen to be transported to factories, where their stalks, seeds and skins are removed. Then they are put into containers to be crushed. Following this, they are added with sugar, vinegar and salt before being boiled. Next, they are left for two hours in order to have tomato ketchup.
The next step is putting the ketchup into jars, which are labelled before being checked the qualility. The following step is that they are packaged into boxes. Finally, they are delivered to retail outlets such as supermarkets so that customer can buy them for their meals, with hamburger and fries for example.