Smart Lunches (Boston, Mass.), an Internet-based provider of healthy meals for children, has closed a Series A investment round securing over $1 million in additional capital. Smart Lunches partners with schools, daycare centers, and camps to serve fresh, nutritious meals that parents can order online 24 hours a day. Meals are delivered free. Funding will be used to expand into new regions and market categories. Smart Lunches recently completed its first acquisition, Smart Snax, a three-year-old healthy food vending machine business operating in Greater Boston. Smart Lunches was founded by Scott Savitz, a general partner of Data Point Capital. Smart Lunches said that investors included Data Point; Jonathan Kraft, president of the Kraft Group; and Lon Chow, general partner of Apex Venture Partners.
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