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Smart Lunches sold, new chief executive named

Smart Lunches, a Boston company that provides lunches for school children, said today that it has been acquired by Shoebuy.com founder Scott Savitz, and that Emily Nagle Green has been named CEO of the company.

Green is the former chief executive of Yankee Group, a technology research firm.

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Smart Lunches Meal Services, offers a website that enables parents to order meals for their children that are delivered directly each day to each child’s school, allowing the school to outsource their lunch program.

The firm is currently serving 11 schools and day care centers in the Boston area, and is beginning an expansion into summer sessions and day camps. Schools that use Smart Lunches include The Riverbend School, Good Shepherd School, and Brimmer and May.

D.C. Denison can be reached at denison@globe.com.
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