Up until reading your post, I totally did not imagine I could find bee parts in purchased honey. I know there would never be bee parts in MY honey, because I would not harvest honey from a super with brood in it, and I have this habit of brushing off the bees before I take out the hot knife.
You've never had bees that landed in the cappings or perhaps got crushed in a frame on removal, either when clearing supers or a week earlier when you did an inspection? Bee parts don't get in there from the brood, usually, it is from mature bees, in my experience.
But raw, filtered, strained, all those terms really open cans of worms and every body does things a little different, at least on the internet forums.
I consider my honey raw even though I strain it a little and heat it lightly to drive off most of the crystals. It isn't on the label, but if people ask I will tell them. I don't worry about enzymes, because acid denatures them a lot quicker than a few degrees F will.
Do what you are comfortable with.