a candy and a fruit or a piece of candy and a piece of fruit

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newlearner

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French-France
I've learned from different dictionaries that both words, candy and fruit, can be countable and uncountable. I would like to learn how to use them in the countable form. I am going make up two sentences with them.

(1) As I was walking down the street, I found a candy and a fruit on the ground.

(2) Every night, I eat a candy and a fruit for dessert.

I am not sure if I am using them correctly as countable nouns. If not, should I say: a piece of candy/fruit? How do I use them in the countable form.
Please help me out. Thanks a lot.
 
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