ODESSA, Mo. (AP) -- A Utah company that has been in business only a year says it plans to build facilities in Odessa that could eventually employ more than 3,000 people.
The company, Manna from Utah, said Thursday that it plans to make environmentally friendly home generators and food products, and manufacture portable emergency rooms.
There also would also be a research and testing center and a day care center.
The Kansas City Star reports that the Provo, Utah-based company currently has only 23 employees. Its mission is to use profits from its products to help the underprivileged.
Chief operating officer David Kram says the company was licensing products and purchasing recipes for the food it will produce.
Odessa Mayor Tony Bamvakais says the city will provide $90 million in revenue bonds to the company and has offered a site.