Can food trucks and restaurants happily coexist?

06/16/2010 | Entrepreneur magazine

Restaurants and food trucks are finding that there may be enough business to go around, fostering a symbiotic relationship rather than the competitive climate brick-and-mortar establishments feared, Entrepreneur writes. As the food-truck business matures in some large markets, restaurateurs are getting into the act. Some entrepreneurial chefs are using the trucks and their lower startup costs as a way to reach the ultimate goal of opening their own wheels-free eateries.

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