Is it "Ready to Eat"?
Not all prepared convenience foods are ready to be eaten without a cooking kill step.
Reading the product label should tell you if it's "heat and eat" or requires cooking to a particular safe internal temperature to be safe to eat. Read carefully - the label may say the product contains uncooked ingredients and that it must be cooked in a conventional oven to a safe internal temperature.
This fun video short is a great teaching tool for explaining why reading the package label keeps your food safe. This video is from The Partnership for Food Safety Education.