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New York's food truck industry "is going through a midlife crisis," according to Crain's. The difficulties of everything from permitting to finding parking is prompting some to leave the business. Mexicue's David Schillace explains his shift to restaurants: "We used the truck to build the brand. Our restaurants are going to make $3 million a year with $500,000 in profits. You can't do that kind of business on a truck." [Crain's]