"Fruit eaten on the Jewish New Year" NYT crossword answer is:APPLE (5 letters length)
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The Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanah, is celebrated with a variety of traditional foods, including apples and honey. Apples are a symbol of sweetness and a wish for a sweet new year, and honey is a symbol of the hope for a sweet future. Eating these two fruits together is a traditional way to celebrate the New Year and wish for a sweet and prosperous year ahead.