cocoa farm

cocoa farm

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  • This is the cocoa beans growing on the trees.
  • I am picking the cocoa beans from the tree.
  • This is where they take the seeds out.
  • They then let them dry out and someone has to go a mix them up so they're not lying there static.
  • Then the beans are transported to a factory in a big lorry.
  • On arrival at the factory, the cocoa beans are sorted and cleaned. The nibs will get cooked in an oven at around 105-120 degrees Celsius.
  • The roasted nibs are ground in stone mills until the friction and heat of the milling reduces them to a thick chocolate-coloured liquid, known as 'mass.' It contains 53-58% cocoa butter and solidifies on cooling. This is the basis of all chocolate and cocoa products.
  • The cocoa mass is pressed in powerful machines to extract the cocoa butter.
  • It then gets shipped off to over factories to be made into chocolate.
  • some of the factories will also package it up and then send it to the main warehouse.
  • This is where all the final products will be stored. other shops will order the cocolate and it will be delivered to there storage warehouse via lorry and if its abroad they will have to get on a boat aswell.
  • From the supermarket warehouse it will get delivered to a lot of different stores worldwide.
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