That's what these are claimed to be, along with being "rich in fibre, oils and protein. The power of Marketing hyperbole ! All peanuts are rich in fibre, oils and protein, its a generic feature of these seeds/legumes. And the only thing that appears to be Grade A Premium quality about this particular product is the packaging. The contents appear to be very average quality peanuts, many are small and mis-shapen, some are discoloured. In fact the package clearly mentions that they are not fit for human consumption. So they are Grade A Premium Quality from whose perspective ? I dont quite understand. The peanuts sold in Asian Grocery stores at around the same price (supposedly for human consumption) at least look bigger and healthier than these, as far as appearances go. The only reason I am keeping this packet is that I have already opened it, and because it claims to have been checked for aflatoxin at various stages. I most sincerely hope that is true, since the last thing I would want is to inadvertently cause any kind of harm to the little garden birds and the greedy but amusing squirrels which visit my small garden regularly in search of food every day, by offering them aflatoxin tainted peanuts. And will buy a bulk pack from a Grocery store next time, what is good enough for human consumption should hopefully be good enough for the birds also.