No. The usage of the names of larger fruits in Russian is equal to English.
But we have plural forms of "shrimp", "fish", "advice", "news", "jewelry", "travel" and "trouble" and you haven't
Well, there are less common usages of plurals for some of those words. Just dragging things out of my memory, you're right about "news" and "jewelry" and "advice" as far as I know. But the others do sometimes have a plural. For example there is the English recipe for "Potted Shrimps" and "fishes" is sometimes used as in the poem "The Puffin":
"He ate little fishes, which were most delicious,
And he ate them for breakfast and he ate them for tea."
"Travels" is a noun in such titles as "Travels with Charley" by John Steinbeck and "Travels with my Aunt" - a movie and the tv program series with Rick Steves about traveling in various parts of the world.
English can be a bit complicated.
But then it's a language that's willing to take words from *any* place.