A new ‘meat burger’ to help combat obesity in a burger restaurant

Burger chain Point Burgers is working with the Milwaukee Humane Society to create a new “meat burger.”

The burger concept, which the chain says will be available in all of its restaurants nationwide by the end of March, will feature bacon, beef, and chicken.

The burgers will have a base price of $9.99, and they will come with toppings including a side of salad, fries, and coleslaw.

The concept is part of a broader effort by the chain to make its burgers healthier, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

In February, the chain introduced a line of burgers called “Meatless,” which includes lean ground beef, ground turkey, and a side salad.