Something which always grates is the ridiculous common-place expression “Each and every”, usually used for emphasis.
Indeed, so common is this I researched it. A nonsensical explanation was offered by various sources, specifically that “each” is singular and “every” refers to a plural.
Each apple on the tree will soon be ripe is no different from every apple on the tree will soon be ripe.
In any context the two words mean the same, both implying a plural or, a singular usage, depending on the context.
The term is simply superfluous verbiage.