One: The position of Scottish salmon on the UK's food export chart.
Two out of three: Proportion of the world's langoustines sourced in Scotland.
20: The number of Michelin-starred restaurants in Tokyo with Scottish salmon on the menu.
55 per cent: The increase in sales of salmon to France, Scotland's second-biggest salmon export market, which last year generated sales of £110 million.
59 per cent: The proportion of Scotland's food exports from fish and seafood.
65: The number of countries to which salmon was exported from Scotland last year.
71 per cent: The proportion of the worth of total UK overseas seafood exports provided by produce from north of the Border.
76: The number of countries to which Scottish seafood is currently exported.
105 per cent: The increase in value of salmon exports from Scotland to Germany in 2014, the fastest-growing European market for Scottish seafood.
180 per cent: The percentage by which Scottish seafood trade to Japan has increased since 2007, thanks in large part to demand for sashimi-grade Scottish salmon.
953 per cent: The percentage by which overseas seafood exports from Scotland have risen since 2007.
2,000: Number of fishing boats working around Scotland's coast, manned by 5,000 fishermen.
6,160: The extent of Scotland's coastline in miles – 8 per cent of Europe's total coastline.
160,000 tonnes: The amount of whole, fresh Scottish salmon exported in 2014, the highest figure to date – 41,000 tonnes of it to the US.
£13 million: The value of Scottish salmon imported into the Middle East, an emerging market for Scottish exports.
£38 million: The amount by which fish and seafood exports increased last year.
£43 million: What Scottish seafood exports were worth to China in 2014.
£50 million: The amount by which Scottish salmon sales increased last year.
£215 million: The worth of sales of Scottish salmon to the United States, Scotland's biggest food export market, last year.
£461 million: The worth of Scottish seafood exports to the UK economy in 2014.
£500 million: The worth of overseas sales of Scottish salmon last year.