They assemble the ingredients and the instructions: you put the food together and take it home for later cooking. Don’t laugh: it’s great for when you have a new baby and you realize that you’ve forgotten to buy actual food for yourself. Food’s a bit expensive – more than fast food, a good bit more than cooking yourself, less expensive than a restaurant – but the convenience is nice. Very crunchy-con, but nice.
Not that folks really care, but I do, so you’re stuck with reading about it.