The $2\fzeroshort/(\pi^{+}+\pi^{-})$ ratio measured in pp collisions at \five is compared to two distinct predictions for $\fzeroshort/\pi^{+}$ from a canonical statistical model ($\gamma_{s}-$CSM , see text for details) as a function of \avdndeta. The two calculations differ by the assumed strangeness content of \fzero and correspond to zero total strangeness, \mbox{$|S| = 0$} and \mbox{$|S| = 2$}. The height of the hollow red box represents the total uncertainty on the ratio, its width represents the uncertainty on the \avdndeta. The relative uncertainty of 13\% due to the branching ratio correction is shown as a yellow box with an arbitrary horizontal width for visibility.