Fonterra scare: 'Sigh of relief for NZ government'
28 August 2013 Last updated at 11:26 BST
New Zealand has said that Fonterra products at the centre of a global contamination scare did not contain botulism-causing bacteria.
The scare had triggered a recall and import bans from some countries.
However, the Ministry for Primary Industries said that tests indicated the presence of a different type of bacteria that does not cause botulism.
The BBC's Jon Donnison said there would be a "sigh of relief for the New Zealand government" - but questions would remain about whether Fonterra's reputation could recover.