While many restaurants in the world specialize in making handmade pizza big food companies use automatic processing to create semi-finished products. This process does not require human intervention except for possible final adjustments or the removal of defective products. The process is actually really simple the dough pre-mixed in a large container is placed in a special device that rolls the mass a durable rubber roller with different shapes cuts out circles of the right diameter and sends them directly to the source dispenses. The source pouring process is also automatic once the pizza base is ready it's sprinkled with cheese and other ingredients cooked in an oven and then in a refrigerator. The final product is packed in cellophane.

To begin the production of chocolate you need chocolate beans which are ground and converted into a homogeneous mass. High temperature and a special rate of mixing give the chocolate its distinctive consistency and then cocoa butter and flavors are added. The resulting chocolate mass is distributed into molds using a standard automatic dispenser and shake and manually to remove all possible bubbles.  After the finished tiles are frozen they're placed in conveyor belts and pack to be sent to stores.

Despite the fact that cokes final and accurate recipe has kept a secret, monitoring the process of bottling the drink is quite interesting. The bottles arrived at the plant directly from the bottle fabric but they're washed one more time to destroy any harmful substances. Meanwhile, in a separate container, the workers mix purified water which represents 86% of the drink with a special infusion and then concentrated sugar syrup is added. After that, the bottles are cleaned with gas and placed in a special device that then fills them with coke.

During the first stage of production, potatoes are washed in a special drum. Once the vegetables are peeled they're sent through a dispenser into another machine which cuts the potatoes into thin slices.  To remove the excess of moisture they are placed in a centrifuge and then fried in oil. To give the chips a special taste manufacturers use a mixture of spices and flavors that are evenly distributed over the potato slices.

On the first page of the fully automated process of baking croissants, the mechanically mixed dough is pressed down and sent to a special conveyor. A special mechanism rolls the mass to create a thin layer of dough and any excess is removed with the help of two cutting elements located along the edges of the conveyor. Then the dough is cut into triangles which are twisted to create the croissant. Each croissant is placed in a separate cavity and baked. It's also noteworthy that the croissants are filled automatically that is through a series of dispensers which penetrate the finished product.

Unlike other sweets made in big factories, the production of doughnuts requires much more human intervention. This is due to the gentle consistency of the dough which can easily crumple or get damaged by the machines. Therefore after placing the dough in the molds, any excess is removed manually and the workers transport the doughnuts directly to a special frying device. The fried doughnuts are placed on a special conveyor and sent to the glaze dispenser section and then into a small drum to evenly distribute the powder.

Machines used in the production of ice-cream is as different as the different types of ice-cream they create. For example, an Eskimo pie fixed on a stick is not placed in a container with chocolate butts, on the contrary, stay in place while the chocolate roses to it. Another source of ice-cream is dipped in glaze only on one side. The initial stages of production such as placing the stick inside the ice-cream as well as distributing the sweet mix into molds are also very interesting.

For the production of protein bars the mixes composition remains unknown is placed manually in a small mixer where it's mixed together with special syrup. The resulting product is cut in the form of little bricks covered with chocolate glaze then packed and placed in boxes.

The main ingredients of ketchup are tomato paste which arrives at the factory in vacuum packages to preserve freshness and taste. With the help of a special pump, the mass is placed in a special container and mixed with other ingredients such as salt sugar substitute vinegar and more. In the next step of production, the plastic bottles pass through a special cooling system before they're filled with the ketchup. The machine fills 8 bottles at an assignment and the manufacturer has to check one bustled from each lot. After the ketchup is in the bottles the labels are glued to it.