Brooklyn —

The city’s tortilla makers are in trouble: Their profits are as flat as their product.

In Brooklyn, where a cluster of factories on the Bushwick-East Williamsburg border form what’s known as the Tortilla Triangle, owners say high sales aren’t enough to help them keep up with rising food and fuel prices.

“We are trying to survive, but it is very hard to continue working when the profit is very small,” said Erasmo Ponce of Tortillería Chinantla on Grand St.

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NO DOUGH: Tortilla factory owners are struggling to make a profit.