(July 3) Growers of Mexican guava plan to export the tropical fruit to the U.S. by the end of the year, the Associated Press has reported.

According to Mexico’s Agriculture Department, officials in Washington have determined that Mexican guava does not pose a health risk and have O.K.’d guava exports.

However, U.S. authorities say guava entering the U.S. must meet food safety standards.

Mexican officials estimate that guava exports could total $80 million the first year and reach $400 million eventually, the AP said.