Pepsi cola is picking up the concept of copying K-cups like Starbucks & Dunkin doughnuts, and is working on its own flavor to be used in Soda Stream machine. They’re planning to sell it side by side with their bottles and cans, pricewise, flavor package is about 10% less, but shelves space will increase 20%. Customers will have a choice to make Pepsi soda by themselves or buy Pepsi’s bottles. This will increase Pepsi's profit and will possibly lead to a percentage acquisition.
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola both own most of their US bottling systems so they really don't have bottlers to consider since they are the bottlers in almost all of the US. PEP bought their 2 largest bottlers Pepsi Bottling Group and Pepsi Americas in 2009 and KO bought the North American division of Coca Cola Enterprises in 2010. KO owns approximately 90% of their US bottling system and PEP owns approximately 80% of theirs.
The traditional independent "bottler" you're referring to really doesn't exist...at least in the US. There are still a few small independent bottlers and a couple of quite large independent bottlers in both systems but for the most part both PEP and KO own their US bottling systems and can do whatever they want with them.
I believe melonsize said ...working on flavor. so Soda won't see 100 until the actual product hits the market and becomes hot sell, and even if it comes on the market, it might not help Soda stock eiither because the market changes everyday and all the time.