Hello! Could you help me, please? I have read the articles about the word "fruit" but still haven't found the exact answer. Is the word "fruit" countable or uncountable? (the food in general, I mean, not the type of fruit, not the result of labour). Some people say it is uncountable, some say it is collective. Is it the same as the word "advice" or "family" after all? Thank you!

For example, which is correct:

I eat a fruit / I eat some fruit.

I have a little fruit / I have a few fruit.
I eat much fruit / I eat many fruit.

There are fruit in my fridge / There is fruit in my fridge.

Fruit is tasty / Fruit are tasty.
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I have a little fruit

There is fruit in my fridge

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