This product is readily available in most supermarkets.Kashrut: OU-Parve (hekscher is on the back of the product, is small, and is towards the bottom--you may have to take a few more seconds to look for it)
Thus far, I have only tried their 'Maple Raisin with Flax' Instant Oatmeal, which is wheat free and gluten free. I was VERY impressed! It tastes, well, normal--which it should, given that it's made with oats like most other oatmeals. The only difference between GlutenFreeda's oatmeal and the average oatmeal is cross-contamination, GFreeda's oatmeal is made with certified gluten free oats. Delicious! I sprinkled some blueberries on top of the oatmeal, which really brought out the flavor!
WARNING: Many people with gluten sensitivities should not be eating oats. I am gluten-intolerant, and I can eat oats, as long as they are 'pure oats'-i.e. not contaminated by wheat or other glutenous products. Check with your doctor before eating any product with oats, and when it doubt, stay away from oat-y products.