Smart Lunches, an Internet provider of healthful meal options for children outside of the home, announced today that it closed a Series A investment round, said it has secured more than $1 million in additional capital.

Investors included Boston-based Data Point Capital; Jonathan Kraft, president of the Kraft Group; and Lon Chow, general partner of Apex Venture Partners, Boston-based Smart Lunches said.

Smart Lunches partners with schools, daycare centers and camps to serve children fresh, nutritious meals that parents can order 24 hours a day with the click of a mouse.

‘‘This round of funding will be used to expand into additional regions and market categories,’’ Smart Lunches chief executive Emily Green said in a statement.