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Cannabis companies say they are growing enough pot, they just can’t deliver it

One pesky stamp has become the symbol of a continuing problem in Canada: Pot producers struggling to get enough cannabis to market, at least in the ways that buyers want it.

Pot producers had to scramble to apply the required excise-tax stamps with no glue as legalization kicked off last October, and many are still having to apply them by hand to some packages months later as supply issues continue. While Organigram OGI, +4.86% OGRMF, +4.05%  has figured out how to automate its production of some products, the Moncton, New Brunswick-based company still must manually apply the tax stamps onto its raw-marijuana containers, Chief Executive Greg Engel told MarketWatch in an interview Monday.

“Our pre-roll equipment puts [the tax stamp] on automatically, the oil line does it automatically, but the dry flower jar line, we just can’t get it automatic,” Engel said, adding that he hopes to have a fix in two weeks.

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