CHICAGO, May 22- The world's largest corn processor, Archer Daniels Midland Co, is shifting focus from its long-standing cash generator ethanol into developing new food ingredients as the biofuel boom that underpinned its financial success has cooled. "Coming up with new products is really what keeps us up at night," said Chris Cuddy, president of corn processing.» Read More
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