New York City's food truck scene's growth halted in past few years as number of such trucks remains flat

LOS ANGELES , May 12, 2014 () – The New York City food truck scene's growth has come to a halt the past few years as the number of such trucks remains flat, Crain's New York Business reported May 11.

Industry officials say many trucks are finding it more lucrative to open brick-and-mortar stores or even offer wholesale products in grocery stores. Bad weather, parking regulations and the difficulty of getting permits are challenges operators are facing.

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