The process of canning fresh apples is clearly shown in the above-mentioned diagram.
The primary step is to pick apples from trees manually. They are then transported using large trucks. At the cannery, the apples are washed and undergo a quality test where the poor-quality apples are discarded.
The chosen apples are put into cold storage. When ready for canning, the apples are weighed. The apples are peeled, and the cores are removed. They are sliced and put into cans.
Once the cans have been filled, they are sealed and cooked overheat to ensure adequate sterilization. When the cans are cool, a label is attached, and they are placed into storage. After this, the apples get dispatched to commercial shops.