I don't see anything out of the usual. HAIN insiders periodically sell shares; and why wouldn't they?
Back in the old days, insider transactions were more relevant. With the outrageous amount of option grants, there's no need for an executive to buy shares in the open market. Of course, you know that sellers sell for many reasons, but buy for only one. Now we just see exercises and sales. Life is good for executives at publicly traded companies.