MI4SAFERFOOD is a FOODITY cascade project. The project concept and challenges are align with FOODITY objectives.: Multispectral imaging is a non-destructive technique would be used to evaluate the quality and safety of food products. It involves capturing images of food products at different optical wavelengths , which can reveal information about the chemical composition, structure, and other properties of the food. This technique can be used to detect defects, such as bruises or insect damage, in fruits and vegetables. It can also be used to identify contaminants, such as bacteria or foreign objects, in food products. Multispectral imaging has the potential to improve food safety and quality by providing more accurate and efficient methods for inspection and quality control.