The flowchart illustrates the various stages in the olive extraction process.

Overall, it is noticeable that there are six major stages in producing olive oil which begins with harvesting olives and finishes with the practice of storage or delivery to the market.

To begin with, picked olives are rinsed and washed with cold water to remove pesticides and dirt before being entered into the mill on a conveyor belt and then smashed. The following step is that those particles are crushed into a paste, while the olive stones will be got rid off.

Subsequently, that remained compound continued to be packed in bags with many holes before being ready for placing into a presser within a certain period of time until they are fully done, at which point we can see oil and water clearly, such as the yellow liquid is oil and the black one is water. Next, both components will be separated so that olive oil, which is called unfiltered product, can be completely made. Finally, extracted olive oil is either transported immediately to provide the final output for retailers and customers or kept in stock

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The flowchart illustrates the various stages in the olive extraction process.

Overall, it is noticeable that there are six major stages in producing olive oil which begins with harvesting olives and finishes with the practice of storage or delivery to the market.

To begin with, picked olives are rinsed and washed with cold water to remove pesticides and dirt before being entered into the mill on a conveyor belt and then smashed. The following step is that those particles are crushed into a paste, while the olive stones will be got rid off.

Subsequently, that remained compound continued to be packed in bags with many holes before being ready for placing into a presser within a certain period of time until they are fully done, at which point we can see oil and water clearly, such as the yellow liquid is oil and the black one is water. Next, both components will be separated so that olive oil, which is called unfiltered product, can be completely made. Finally, extracted olive oil is either transported immediately to provide the final output for retailers and customers or kept in stock

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The flowchart illustrates the various (How many? Be specific.) stages in the olive extraction process. (Incorrect. "Olive extraction" does not make any sense.)

Overall, it is noticeable that (Those words do not tell the reader anything about the process.) there are six major stages in producing olive oil which begins with harvesting olives and finishes with the practice of storage or delivery to the market.

To begin with, picked olives are rinsed and washed with cold water to remove pesticides and dirt before being entered into the mill placed / loaded / put on a conveyor belt and then dropped into a container where they are smashed. The following step is that those particles (wrong word) are crushed into a paste, while the olive stones will be got rid off. (In the following step, the crushed olives are separated from the pits. )

Subsequently, that remained compound (wrong expression) continued to be (The olive paste is packaged into bags that are perforated with many holes.) packed in bags with many holes before being ready for placing into a presser within a certain period of time (That is not on the flow chart. Do not write information that is not on the diagram.) until they are fully done, at which point we can see oil and water clearly, such as the yellow liquid is oil and the black one (That is not on the diagram.) is water. Next, both components will be separated so that olive oil, which is called unfiltered product, (That is not on the diagram.) can be completely made. Finally, extracted olive oil is either transported immediately to provide the final output for retailers and customers or kept in stock