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Byline: Bob Condor
Some grocery stores in her south Los Angeles community are so "nasty dirty" that Lark Galloway-Gilliam walks out without buying a single item. Other markets sell yesterday's meat at today's 2-for-1 prices.
"I called the health department and they said it is legal," said Galloway-Gilliam, executive director of Community Health Councils, a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization devoted to improving health and living conditions in the city's disadvantaged areas.
What's more toward criminal is the lack of quality food available in most poor sections of major American cities.
LaDonna Redmond, a Chicago activist, urban organic farmer and member of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's agriculture …