ISAPP creates materials to advance scientifically accurate information about probiotics, prebiotics, and fermented foods. These include its scientific articles and reports, educational infographics, and videos.
ISAPP encourages appropriate and broad dissemination of its materials. Use of these materials in accordance with the Fair Use Doctrine is permitted, without written consent from ISAPP. Additionally, permission is granted to use these resources for educational (non-commercial) purposes, such as presentations for students or clinicians. The conditions of use are:
- The materials may not be altered without the prior written consent of ISAPP;
- The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics must be named as the creator and/or owner of the copyright of the materials;
- For online use, a link back to the ISAPP website must be provided; and
- The materials must not be used in a misleading or offensive manner, or other manner that would, in the sole discretion of ISAPP, suggest or imply endorsement or approval by, or affiliation with, ISAPP with respect to any product, project, reference material, organization, or individual.