These seeds might be related to the first plants in history. Or maybe from plants a little later. All we know for sure is that they're traditional and natural.
Heirloom veggies are different from other veggies. Heirloom veggies are imperfect, and oddly-shaped, and non-processed, and sometimes they don't even look like the veggies you see in a store. And why? Because a bunch of the veggies in the store are designed to boast a look and style, not a taste. You don't buy taste, right? You find out what taste is after they've already taken your money.
What you're looking at here is potential. Non-GMO, open-pollinated, specially sealed packets of potential that you could use to grow a little garden of your own one day. Maybe that day is when the seeds arrive, or maybe you'll put them safely into long-term storage and grow 'em after the world collapses.
It's up to you. Just know that these seeds are waiting. And one day, you're gonna have a really delicious salad with your dinner.