Fruit should be accepted. The plural of fruit is also fruit!!
Díoltar torthaí úra sa tsiopa.
Your sentence means Fresh fruit is sold in the shop.
The sentence required is The shop sells fresh fruit.
Ur*a, because its plural?
Why a 't' on siopa if it is masculine?
I believe smrch is a Munster Irish user, and it's explained by this.
> In Munster by feminine and masculine nouns only after the leniting forms den (de + an), don (do + an), sa (i + an): don tsagart = to the priest