Smart Lunches, a Boston, MA-based provider of an online ordering service for meals to kids, secured over $1.6m in funding.
Backers included Data Point Capital, Jonathan Kraft, President of The Kraft Group, and Lon Chow, General Partner of Apex Venture Partners, new investors Western Technology Investment and Romulus Capital, and angel investors Bill Blass, Chairman of Black Wolf Group, and Jennifer Lum, Co-Founder of Adelphic Mobile.
The company intends to use the capital to improve the customers’ experience, as well as to expand into new regions.
Led by Emily Green, CEO, Smart Lunches aims to free parents from daily school lunch preparation serving students at schools, daycare centers and camps. The company, which operates www.smartlunches.com and Smart Snax vending machines, shares a portion of its earnings with its partners and contributes to other programs to support underprivileged children.