This Supply Chain Diagram illustrates the practice of coordinating the various activities required to produce and deliver goods to a company's customers. Designing, farming, manufacturing, packaging, and transportation are examples of supply chain activities. Growing, picking, processing, and milling are some of the stages mentioned in this Supply Chain Diagram Example. Once the coffee berry has been processed into beans, it is shipped via a global supply network from producing countries. After that, coffee beans were exported and shipped all over the world. Roasted beans are shipped domestically as well as internationally. Bulk shipments are delivered to retailers, coffee shops, and, in some cases, directly to consumers. Roasted coffee beans are almost ready for consumption, and the remaining steps can take place anywhere at this point.