Background: One of the efforts to improve his (contraction) in the mother by using oxytocin as a pharmacological effort. However non-pharmacological efforts are more recommended as a natural alternative so that his (contraction) remains stable. One such effort is by consuming fruit that can increase uterine contractions such as pineapple and dates.Objective: Proving consumption of pineapple given to inpartu affects the length of labor compared to the consumption of dates.Method: Quantitative Research using True Experimental Design and the Post Test Only Control Group Design approach. The population is all mothers in the first phase of the latent phase. The number of samples was 76 respondents with 27 (100 grams pineapple fruit), 27 (100 grams dates) and 22 in control (not given pineapple or dates). The provision of intervention is done during maternal involvement when the latent phase. The assessment of stage I and stage II uses the observation sheet and partograph to find out the effectiveness of each intervention and compare it.Results: The acceleration of the first stage of labor was 341,667 minutes in the intervention of pineapple and 255,926 minutes in the intervention of dates. The acceleration of the second stage of labor was 12,589 minutes in the intervention of pineapple and 17,441 minutes in the intervention of dates.Conclusion: The duration of first stage of labor is shorter in consuming 100 grams of pineapple fruit. The duration of second stage labor is shorter in consuming 100 grams of dates.