"Authentic and home-style ethnic meals that are conceived, prepared and delivered by refugees resettled in NYC," per the startup's Web site.
The HP article says initial funding came from the Center for Social Ventures at Columbia University, though that's a Vanderbilt U. program. "Recruited through the International Rescue Committee" makes more local sense, since Columbia Law School, especially its Human Rights Institute, works a lot with IRC.
"Ethnic" per NBC News, "native" per the Huffington Post.
I hope they have better luck than Pittsburgh's Conflict Kitchen!