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Does plantain hold the answer to dairy's leaching problems? A "very, very" relieved Theo Spierings fronted media tonight to confirm a major international product scare over botulism in Fonterra products appears to have been a false alarm. The Fonterra chief executive could not explain how testing by AgResearch misidentified a bacteria in batches of Fonterra whey products. Spierings said he was "not there to judge the mistakes of others". Questions about what went wrong, and whether Fonterra could take legal action against the science company, would be dealt with as part of an internal review. The dairy co-operative learned at 4pm the same time as news media that additional testing for the Ministry for Primary Industries' had cleared Fonterra products of Clostridium botulinum, a bacteria linked to botulism. Fonterra says it is now in recovery mode, rebuilding its reputation with New Zealand's trading partners. Spierings said Fonterra "definitely had some questions" about the false positive result, which led to an at-times confusing product recall and a major diplomacy effort to reassure major buyers of New Zealand dairy that other products were safe. The company was now satisfied there had been no risk of botulism. However, there appears to be no immediate prospect of reinstating Gary Romano, the former managing director of NZ Milk Products, who quit after the scare. A decision would be made about two other senior staff who were placed on leave after an internal review by the board, Spierings said.

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The top four from each group advance to the quarter-finals on May 18. The semifinals are on May 20 in Cologne with the final a day later, also in the German city. Canada dominated the Swiss 4-1 in their lone pre-tournament game on Tuesday in Geneva, outshooting them 41-17. Giroux and Simmonds each picked up a goal and an assist. "It gives us a lot of confidence going into the tournament with the ability we have," Matheson said after the game. "Switzerland has a very good team and they've had a long training camp to get ready." Chad Johnson likely starting goaltender Chad Johnson of the Calgary Flames will likely be the starting goaltender, backed up by Pickard and Comrie, who spent most of the season with the AHL's Manitoba Moose. The defence so far has Barrie, Morrissey, Matheson and his Panthers teammate Jason Demers, Calvin de Haan of the New York Islanders and Marc-Edouard Vlasic of the San Jose Sharks. Besides the Philadelphia and Colorado players, a strong group of forwards includes Scheifele, Brayden Point and Alex Killorn of Cooper's Tampa Bay Lightning, Mitch Marner of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Jeff Skinner of the Carolina Hurricanes and Ryan O'Reilly of the Buffalo Sabres. Four players have already won a gold medal for Canada this season as Vlasic, Giroux, Duchene and O'Reilly played in the World Cup of Hockey in September. Couturier, MacKinnon and Scheifele played for Team North America in the World Cup. Vlasic and Duchene were also on Canada's 2014 Olympic gold medal squad. There are five players back from last year's world championship gold medal team Pickard, Matheson, Duchene, O'Reilly and Scheifele. Copper's assistants are Gerard Gallant, international hockey veteran Dave King and Dave Hakstol of the Flyers, who will get a look at half of his NHL squad at the world championship.

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