If you don't have a lot of experience in shaping and setting of the saddle, there are plenty of aftermarkets out there, usually much better than the original material (and eco-friendly) that are compensated and have the proper radii for most common acoustic manufacturers.
A saddle that is pre-shaped will nearly "drop-in" to your current setup and more than likely cure your low E buzz you are having. Also, the saddle may be a hair taller than the previous, allowing you to carefully shape the bottom of the saddle (use a straight surface for even de-shimming - so you don't have another problem with you low E) to get a more comfortable-playing guitar in the end as well.
Although it's not the only one out there, GraphTech puts out some incredible stuff, that if the original guitar didn't come with the coordinating saddle or nut, will often sound better and have a "fuller" harmonic overtone range too. They cover nearly every major acoustic manufacturer as well. Not to mention their blanks for the more daring shaper and intonation/setup perfectionist.